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MEET BRYAN BURNEY

Helping McCordsville Grow & Protecting Your Tax Dollars

Bryan Burney is a longtime McCordsville resident.  Bryan has participated in municipal government as a McCordsville town Councilman.  He also served as a member of the Hancock County Solid Waste Management Advisory Committee and as a member of the Vernon Township Task Force that began the process of reforming the Vernon Township Fire Department.  Bryan served as liaison to the McCordsville Police Department and as a liaison to the first McCordsville Metropolitan Police Department Board of Police Commissioners.  Bryan Burney also served on the town of McCordsville Economic Redevelopment Commission.

Through these positions Bryan was a major contributor to reforming the McCordsville Police Department and establishing the McCordsville Metropolitan Police Department and placing the Police Department under the supervision of the newly created McCordsville Board of Police Commissioners.  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.

Bryan served on the committee that led to the latest revision of the Town's noise ordinance and participated in a State Audit of the Town of McCordsville's finances.  Bryan helped begin the process of establishing electronic submissions from developers to McCordsville's planning department.

Bryan has served as a volunteer at Hancock County Solid Waste Environmental events and also has volunteered at the Hancock County Health Department Administering Covid and other vaccines since the beginning of the pandemic in January, 2020.

Burney enjoys waterskiing at Champion Lake in McCordsville, Indiana, during warmer weather.

Bryan Burney is a retired physician who served as Chief of Staff at two major central Indiana Hospitals.  Burney served on and chaired hundred of committees during his medical career and also served as a delegate to the Indiana State Medical Association and as a board member of the Indianapolis Medical Society.  Burney is a Clinical Professor of Radiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine.

Bryan Burney owns a residential real estate development business where he currently rehabilitates older homes in the near northeast side of Indianapolis, performing much of the skilled labor himself.  Burney has developed a major subdivision, and has provided humanitarian housing rehabilitation assistance in the 46226 zip code area of Indianapolis as well as McCordsville.  Burney is a 20-year homeowners association president and has served as secretary and treasurer in homeowners associations in other counties.

Bryan Burney and wife of fifty years, Virginia, raised two sons and one daughter in the community.

Bryan Burney believes rapid residential growth has arrived in McCordsville and that rapid growth can be controlled and managed to BUILD A BETTER MCCORDSVILLE.

 
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