Kissling Seeks Third Term on Huntingburg Council

Huntingburg City Councilman Glen Kissling says he plans to seek a third term on the common council representing the First Precinct.

Kissling says improvements to the city’s parks, streets, and utilities, the addition of the railroad overpass, improvement of St. Joseph property, Market Street Park addition and the redesign of Fourth Street, are accomplishments that have taken place during his time on the council.

He says he also supports the improvement to the Eleventh Street Fire Station and the addition of police officers to combat the influx of drugs and crime in the city and across the county.

Kissling has worked at Steinkamp Warehouse Inc. for 44 years and has been a member of the Huntingburg Volunteer Fire Department for 38 years. He served as chief of the department under three mayors but stepped down as chief after he was first elected to the council.

Glen is a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, the Huntingburg Y M I, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, the VFW Auxiliary and the Huntingburg Country Club.

In a release, Kissling says it has been an honor to serve the citizens of Huntingburg in the past and says he looks forward to the future. He says he wants to continue the growth and development of the city and says he is committed to working with the city council and the mayor to make Huntingburg the best it can be.

Kissling and his wife Connie have been married for 45 years. They have two daughters, Stacie Vaal, and Rebecca Messmer and three grandchildren.

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