(La Porte, IN) - Another candidate has entered the race for a seat on the La Porte City Council, as Susan Antoszewski, a Democrat, is now running for one of the council at-large seats.
Antoszewski, who has lived in La Porte for 15 years, said her focus includes public safety, drivable streets and walkable sidewalks. Her other priorities include keeping the cost of city services in check and citywide programs for everyone in the city, in addition to transparency.
“I want to help propel our community forward where members feel like they are part of the process rather than finding out after the fact they’ve been disregarded or unheard,” she adds.
Antoszewski used to work at the Chamber of Commerce in Valparaiso, where she spent close to 10-years helping small businesses and non-profits grow through positive programming and networking.
Currently, she serves as the Director of Customer Experience and Installation Coordinator at a large format printer in Valparaiso.
Her brother, retired La Porte firefighter Steve Luscomb, served on City Council from 2009-2016 representing the 5th Ward.