“I’m a taxpayer and I’ve always been a part of those communities, so it’s a very natural progression to share with people what’s going on. I try to let people know ‘here’s what’s happened, here’s how it affects you, here’s how we’re spending money.’ I just feel that’s an important part — to let people know.”
The flip side of the town hall meeting, he said, is to allow people to share their concerns with town officials.
Kleinhenz has invited a group of officials to attend.
“I think we’ve gotten a lot accomplished,” he said. “I hope most people feel that way, and I think all of the town councilmen feel that way, and they look forward to continuing that next year.”
Kleinhenz said that he intends to continue with the town hall meetings next year.
“It’s been a beneficial tool,” he said.
Just the facts
WHAT: Brownsburg Town Hall meeting
WHEN: 7:30 a.m. Dec. 4
WHERE: Eaton Hall