Dunigan announces plans to seek re-election

Friday, January 25, 2002

Caraway Mayor Danny Dunigan announced his plans to seek re-election in the November election.

"The past three years have been very successful for the city," Dunigan said. "We have obtained over $500,000 in grants. The city of Caraway was one of six cities in the state to be awarded a sewer grant by management of Act 833 money. The city has been able to purchase a new fire truck with no money used from general funds. The city now has all of our police officers certified and one of the best police departments in the city's history.

"We asked for and received a generous donation of land from Basler Electric to be used in the near future for a new park. In the near future the city will have the medical clinic re-opened. We also worked to get Mid-West Products to come to Caraway. Our ballpark has been completely rebuilt with new lights and numerous improvements. We have new tennis court lights and a new paint job.

"If re-elected I will continue to work to improve the infrastructure to provide for future growth for the City of Caraway. Hopefully, in the near future the city will have available land with water, sewer, and streets, so that affordable houses can be built. I hope that in November the voters will, for the first time in over 20 years, elect a mayor to two consecutive terms. It would be an honor to serve you as mayor of the best city in America," Dunigan said.

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