Marci Reddick has been named president of the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority board of directors, the organization facilitating the economic redevelopment of the former Fort Benjamin Harrison Army Base. She is a partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP and previously served as a FHRA board member. Reddick is part of the firm’s Real Estate and Business & Finance groups, with vast experience in local land use and zoning matters. Also, Andrew Miller has been added to the board. He is a principal with Bose Public Affairs Group. Miller has an extensive background in state and local government relations that includes strategic planning, stakeholder engagement and community involvement.

Established in 1995, the Fort Harrison Reuse Authority has facilitated the reuse and redevelopment of roughly 800 acres of the former army base creating the Lawrence Village at the Fort. Thanks to the work of the reuse authority, the Lawrence Village at the Fort is home to a growing business community, new homes, new apartments, a state park, a YMCA and an Ivy Tech Campus. The reuse authority is made up of five volunteer board members appointed by various government offices in Marion County.

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