INDIANAPOLIS - During the summer and fall, Republican State Sen. Sue Glick of LaGrange will serve on two committees focused on environmental affairs and natural resources.
Glick said the Interim Study Committee on Environmental Affairs will study Indiana’s recycling and solid waste programs, assessing statewide standards and possible technology upgrades.
The Interim Study Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources will evaluate the condition of the state’s recreational trails and continue an ongoing study of Indiana’s water resources.
Glick was also appointed to the Interim Study Committee on Government, which will study annexation procedures in Indiana. She will continue to serve on the Judicial Technology Oversight Committee, which will review case management systems for Indiana’s 92 counties.