Carmel Redevelopment Authority
The Carmel Redevelopment Authority was formed by ordinance of the Common Council of the City in 1997 as a separate body corporate and politic and an instrumentality of the City. The primary purpose of the Redevelopment Authority is to finance projects for lease to the Carmel Redevelopment Commission. The Redevelopment Authority is governed by a three-member board of directors, all of whom are appointed by the Mayor for three-year terms.
Pricing Summary for City of Carmel, Indiana Redevelopment Authority Lease Rental Revenue Multipurpose Bonds, Series 2012A and 2012B (Taxable)
Board Members and Offices:
- Robert Bush, President
- Ike Batalis, Vice President
- Jack Badger, Secretary/Treasurer
The City of Carmel's Boards and Commissions provide citizens the opportunity to have a voice in local government. Carmel residents spend countless hours serving on the city's Boards and Commissions. Members are appointed by the Mayor or the City Council. Carmel residents and corporate citizens, in addition to members from City and Township Boards and Commissions provide expertise and input to city officials and make recommendations on various city issues.
Citizens may contact Board and Commission members by sending a letter addressed to the board member at One Civic Square, Carmel, Indiana, 46032.
To find all meeting "Notices," "Agendas," and "Minutes" from previous years, Please visit LaserFiche WebLink™ If you have any questions on how to use LaserFiche WebLink™ or further questions about any meeting "Notices," "Agendas," and "Minutes" Please contact the Clerk-Treasurer's Office.