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Moses named to Redevelopment post

Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry has appointed Win Moses to the city’s Redevelopment Commission, replacing Karl Bandemer, who became deputy mayor.

Moses will begin his term on the commission in January.

Moses served on the Fort Wayne City Council from 1972-79 and was mayor from 1980-87. From 1992-2012 he was a state representative in the Indiana House.

“Win is a true public servant,” Henry said in a statement. “I look forward to having him continue to serve our City.”

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