North Judson Council Member Resigns, Special Council Meeting Scheduled

The North Judson Town Council will soon have a new member, following the resignation of Nathan Bradley. Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins says Bradley is moving out of town, requiring him to give up his council seat.

It will be up to the Starke County Republican Party to choose a replacement. A caucus is expected to be called sometime within 30 days of when the seat became vacant.

Meanwhile, the rest of the town council has a few steps to take to move the process along. They’re tentatively scheduled to meet this morning at 8:00 to formally accept Bradley’s resignation, unless Town Attorney Justin Schramm determines it can wait until the next regular meeting. The town council also has to revisit the purchase orders approved during Monday’s regular meeting, since Bradley improperly seconded the motion.