Ask The Mayor: West Lafayette's John Dennis Wants Two More Terms In Office

Nov 7, 2019

John Dennis won his fourth term in office in this week's election. He says he thinks he'll run again in four years.
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West Lafayette Mayor John Dennis garnered three-quarters of the vote in this week’s election, propelling him to a fourth term in office. Barring unforeseen circumstances, it’ll make him the second-longest-serving chief executive in the city’s history. And in his next four years, there are a number of projects to complete. This week on WBAA’s Ask The Mayor, we check in on the Chauncey Hill Mall, Morton Center and others.

Also on this week’s show, listeners have a couple questions about roadwork projects where they feel they haven’t seen as much progress as they’d like. And, even though he’s not on the ballot next year, is there anything the mayor can do to urge county leaders to more quickly adopt new voting machine technology that most everyone agrees is needed?