Manley seeks to retain council seatJanuary 23, 2019
From Local Sources
JASPER — Kevin Manley has filed for re-election for the Republican nomination to represent District 6 on the Jasper City Council. He has served as the District 6 councilman for 12 1/2 years.
“Jasper is changing and growing with all the recent developments," Manley said. "As we grow, I feel it is important for us to challenge ourselves to keep improving services while controlling our costs. We have a great team of city employees who take pride in their work and do a great job delivering our city services."
He added: “We are in the process of updating our comprehensive plan for the city. This roadmap will lead us in moving Jasper forward. I am very proud of the accomplishments of our city and look forward to executing our comprehensive plan when it is complete.”
Manley is employed with the Dubois County Tourism Commission, where he serves as the executive director.
In addition to his council duties and employment, Manley serves on the boards of Dubois Strong, Radius Indiana, Indiana Tourism Association, DC Multisport, Healthy Eating Active Living and Generations. He is a member of Knights of Columbus, Jasper Moose Lodge, the American Legion, and St. Joseph Catholic Church.
His hobbies include exercise, golf and biking, with his favorite pastime being spending time with his family.
Manley and his wife, Diane, have three daughters — Rachelle (Tim) Greener, Allison (Nathan) Schmitt, and Kara (Chad) Docktor of Jasper — and nine grandchildren.
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