Haas seeking re-election to councilSeptember 29, 2020
By Herald Staff
Sonya Haas is seeking re-election to the Dubois County Council.
Haas has worked in the office of David A. Bromm, CPA, as the office manager for the last 28 years. As a member of the county council, she is also serves on the Dubois County Solid Waste Management District Board as secretary, the tax abatement board, the Latino Collaboration Table and the Association of Indiana Counties.
“In my 28 years with the CPA office, I have dealt with the Internal Revenue Service, Indiana Department of Revenue, the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission and Indiana Charity Gaming Commission among other government agencies,” she said. “I have helped companies and individuals with all manner of licenses, permits and filings as well as payroll taxes and tax returns. My experience working with businesses, government and taxes will help me contribute to running county government.”
Haas is a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association, a member of the St. Anthony Conservation Club and treasurer for the Dubois County Republican Central Committee.
“I want to serve the taxpayers by being transparent and fiscally responsible,” Haas said. “I want to work with the taxpayers and county to assure that tax dollars are being used responsibly.”
Haas lives in St. Anthony with her husband, Neal. She graduated from Forest Park High School in 1990 and earned two associate degrees from Vincennes University Jasper in 1992.
“I want continue working to keep Dubois County thriving,” she said, “and safe for you and future generations.”
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