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Who are the FCoHC?

We are people in Hamilton County who want a fiscal responsibility in local government advocating low taxes, reduced government spending, and minimal government debt. 

October 20, 2020

It occurs to us, as a group, that you might be wondering why we haven’t endorsed any candidates for the upcoming general election. Quite frankly, as the Fiscal Conservatives of Hamilton COUNTY, we collectively decided years ago that we would stay out of contested races...

On Tuesday Oct 6th I was invited to attend a small business forum hosted by The Greater Lawrence Chamber of Commerce and their president Brad Klopfenstein. The event featured three sitting Indiana State Senators, two of which represent parts of HamCo, Jim Merritt and J...

September 19, 2020

The ongoing saga of the State Road 37 project is now up to part 3. To review parts 1 and 2 click these links. 

There was a meeting held on Wednesday September 16, 2020 conducted by the Fishers City engineers to provide an update to the "concerned parties". I was...

In a Township of 56 Square Miles, many of which are occupied by the youth travel sports industry at Grand Park, tonight’s Westfield City Council Meeting left me as curious as ever as a fiscally conservative taxpayer.

The mostly freshmen City Council has been hard at wor...

APOLOGIES WHERE THEY ARE DUE AND CORRECTIONS:

The land the where the Early Learning Center/Central Office is being built, is IN FACT, owned by Westfield-Washignton Schools at Monon Trail Elementary School, and taxpayers will NOT be paying for it. All comments regarding...

As the November election draws nearer, and based on recent occurrences within the Westfield-Washington School District, The Fiscal Conservatives of Hamilton County (FCoHC), are pleased to announce that we are seeking School Board candidates, specifically those qualifie...

On February 20th, long, long ago, and before Coronavirus, I published a post titled SR 37: Something is not adding up .

There was another joint meeting between the HamCo commissioners and County Council on June 8th, shortly after the recent primary, that will permanentl...

I find social media to be both wonderful and hurtful. I doubt that statement comes as a surprise to any of you as I suspect you have experienced similar emotions. It is great for sharing information and helping to educate people with factual material but it also serves...

May 15, 2020

As we near the delayed primary election to be held on June 2nd, like most of you, the board of FCOHC has struggled to function within normal capacity during the stay at home orders. That means we have had a difficult time getting together and discussing/reviewing sugge...

With 24.5 hours of notice, in an emergency meeting on April 24, the Fishers City Council approved establishment of a new Fishers Health Department with no budget definition, to be led by a person with no public health experience.  This was done with little discussion o...

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