PROTECT YOUR TAX DOLLARS AND MANAGE GROWTH
McCordsville Issues Concern You
MCCORDSVILLE IS GROWING
McCordsville's extremely rapid residential growth is already increasing demand for road improvements, sewage processing, schools, parks, police, fire, and emergency medical services. Growth can be good, but is expensive.
GROWTH CAN BE EXPENSIVE FOR RESIDENTS
Why should current residents pay for a sewer plant, more schools, or road improvements and public safety that are needed only to serve future residents? McCordsville, Vernon Township and Mt. Vernon School Corporation are all separate taxing entities responsible for providing the infrastructure that will be needed to support our rapidly growing population.
HAVE DEVELOPERS PAY THEIR FAIR SHARE
Bryan Burney believes developers, not current taxpayers, should pay their fair share for the cost of growth they are creating. The five McCordsville town council members determine whether or not a residential development can proceed. Save your dollars and vote for Bryan Burney for McCordsville Town Council.
BRYAN BURNEY’S GOALS FOR THE TOWN OF MCCORDSVILLE
As your Republican Town Council RepresentativeI promise to:
Advocate to force developers to pay their FAIR SHARE for costs that otherwise will be paid by CURRENT McCordsville taxpayers.
Advocate for enforcement of Town of McCordsville building code when approving new PUDs (planned urban developments
Advocate for equal consideration of current residents as compared to a developer’s right to develop when considering new developments
Advocate for improved Town of McCordsville parks
Advocate for starting the improvement of the intersection of Mt. Comfort Road and Pendleton Pike to separate the rail from the road
Advocate for library services for McCordsville
Advocate for construction of a new town hall
Advocate for construction of a new police station
Advocate for an adequately staffed police department
Advocate for a more transparent Town of McCordsville government
Advocate for reform of the McCordsville Town Council meeting process
Advocate for a beautiful Town of McCordsville.
WHY YOUR VOTE COUNTS
McCordsville is growing but that doesn't mean our residents should have to pay higher taxes. Developers should pay their fair share through impact fees.
MEET BRYAN BURNEY
Bringing Experience & Insight to Town Council
Bryan Burney is a longtime McCordsville resident who has activity participated in community building for years. He has previously served as McCordsville town Councilman and on the McCordsville Economic Redevelopment Commission. He understands the decisions made locally impact people’s lives and pocketbooks.
Burney led the way providing funding to bring the Town of McCordsville Police Department up to modern standards with the department's first million-dollar operating budget. He was a major contributor to establishing the McCordsville Metropolitan Police Department and placing the Police Department under the supervision of the newly created McCordsville Board of Police Commissioners.
As a retired physician who served as Chief of Staff at two major central Indiana Hospitals, he has volunteered at the Hancock County Health Department Administering Covid and other vaccines since the beginning of the pandemic in early 2020.
Bryan Burney and his wife of fifty years, Virginia, raised two sons and one daughter in the community. They enjoy waterskiing at Champion Lake in McCordsville, Indiana, during warmer weather.
He understands rapid residential growth has arrived in McCordsville and that rapid growth can be controlled and managed to BUILD A BETTER MCCORDSVILLE.