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Self-Storage Owner Seeks to Retain Council Seat in Cass County, Ind.

The part owner of East Main Mini Storage in Logansport, Ind., and Kilgore Storage in Muncie, Ind., is seeking election for an at-large seat on the Cass County Council in 2012. George Stebbins, 48, was appointed to the Council in February as a replacement for fellow Republican Chod Gibson, who resigned the month prior.

December 2, 2011

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Self-Storage Owner Seeks to Retain Council Seat in Cass County, Ind.

The part owner of East Main Mini Storage in Logansport, Ind., and Kilgore Avenue Storage in Muncie, Ind., is seeking election for an at-large seat on the Cass County Council in 2012. George Stebbins, 48, was appointed to the Council in February as a replacement for fellow Republican Chod Gibson, who resigned the month prior.

Filing for the May 8 primary begins Jan. 25 and ends at noon on Feb. 24, according to an article in the Pharos-Tribune. Cass County positions on the ballot will be the clerk, auditor, treasurer, coroner and surveyor, in addition to District 1 and 2 county commissioners seats and three at-large seats on the county council. The general election is Nov. 6.

Stebbins, a 1981 graduate of Logansport High School, attended Indiana University Kokomo for mechanical engineering. In addition to co-owning two self-storage facilities, he is part owner of Stebbins Enterprises.

The county needs to be proactive in its decision-making and must work to bring more businesses to help strengthen the tax base, said Stebbins in a press release. The council has worked well together during a difficult financial time. We had to make many cuts in the budget for 2012. This would not have gone as smooth without the great working relationship we have with the county commissioners and the help from all the department heads.

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