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Marty Hawk

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Real estate broker Martha "Marty" Hawk was born in 1942 and currently serves on the Monroe County council. A graduate of Elletsville High School, she was first appointed to the council as a replacement for Don Wagner in September of 1988, was elected to her first full term that same year, and served as council vice-president until 1992 when she lost an election. She later served on the county alcoholic beverage board before running for the council again and winning in 1998.

Voting Record

October 10, 2006

Yes Votes

  • Voted yes for a $40,000 additional appropriation for the telecom fund.
  • Voted yes for a $60,000 Homeland Security appropriation. This included $10,000 for fire department laptops and $50,000 for security cameras for the entrances to the Justice Building and the Curry Building.
  • Voted yes on a motion to add trustees to the South Central Regional Sewer District.

No Votes

  • Voted no for a $20,000 additional appropriation for database work in the plat database system (also voted yes on a $5,000 reduction amendment which failed).
  • Voted no on creation of a GIS coordinator position at a net cost of $15,000.

September 12, 2006

Yes Votes

  • Voted yes for the Futures Family Planning Clinic: $2000 to be moved from an LPN to building remodelling.
  • Voted yes for a $2000 additional appropriation for Community Corrections to buy portable breath testers.
  • Voted yes to accepting a $750,000 grant from the FAA for construction at the Monroe County Airport.
  • Voted yes for a $13,000 additional appropriation for an county employee shuttle from the Bloomington Convention Center.
  • Voted yes for a $25,000 additional appropriation for courthouse maintenance.
  • Voted yes for the Corrections Center: $3,000 to be transferred from Materials to Insurance.
  • Voted yes to accepting a $120,000 grant from HHS for the Youth Services Bureau
  • Voted yes to accepting a a $96,000 grant from HUD for Stepping Stones.
  • Voted yes to accepting a $100,000 grant from the Center of Substance Abuse Prevention .
  • Voted yes for the Youth Services Bureau: $7,000 to be transferred from Computers to salaries and a new dishwasher.
  • Voted yes for a $200,000 appropriation for the Life Sciences Education and Training Institute from the Richland TIF fund.
  • Voted yes on a resolution to amend Personnel Administration Committee procedures.

No Votes

  • Voted no on proposed division of a $2 million dollar bond issue.