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Huntingburg Mayor Resigns to Assume Position as State Official

Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner announced Friday that he was resigning as the city's mayor to become the Executive Director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs.

Posted: Nov 6, 2020 11:03 AM
Updated: Nov 6, 2020 12:11 PM

Huntingburg Mayor Denny Spinner is resigning from his position as the mayor of the City of Huntingburg.

Mayor Spinner made the announcement of his resignation on Friday after learning he had been appointed to be the new Executive Director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA), effective in December.

According to Spinner, his resignation as mayor will be effective Nov. 25 at midnight, at which point he will hand over the role of mayor to his successor, who by then, will have been selected by the Huntingburg Republican Precinct Committee.

In his statement on Friday, Mayor Spinner said he was humbled by the honor to serve the City of Huntingburg for the past nine years, and thanked the community as he moves forward into the next chapter of his life.

Despite the transition into his new position, Spinner said he and his wife would continue to live in Huntingburg.


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