A soon-to-be open seat on the La Porte County Council has been filled. Adam Koronka will serve the remaining two years left on the term of Connie Gramarossa beginning on January 1st.
Gramarossa is becoming a La Porte County Commissioner after being elected in November. The 44-year-old Koronka was chosen during a Saturday caucus of republican precinct committeepersons from throughout the county. He ran against Deb Vance, Ron Shafer, Brett Kessler, and Tom Fath
La Porte County Republican Party Chairman Al Stevens said all of the candidates were extremely qualified for the vacancy.
“The people of La Porte County would have been fortunate to have any one of the five candidates serve them on the County Council,” he said.
Currently, Koronka serves on the La Porte County Board of Zoning Appeals, in addition to also being vice president of the La Porte County Plan Commission and secretary of the La Porte County Republican Party.