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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- He is not running for re-election in 2019.
This announcement was during the 19th Annual 6th District at Link’s Wonderland where he provides updates to residents and keep them abreast of quality of life improvements being made in the district.
This event, unique to the 6th District of Fort Wayne, highlighted Posterity Heights Self Sufficiency Project being developed by Prophet Cedric Walker, which will help single parents achieve education and employment goals, and Vincent Village with 17 new apartment homes in the Pontiac area.
He also highlighted infrastructure improvements on Hessen Cassel, including sidewalk and curb installation from Oxford to Tillman.
"I've had some health issues, and also, I think it's time that we have somebody else come along, and I don't want to wait until the last minute and announce it. I thought I'd do it today so whoever my replacement will be will have plenty of time to mount a campaign," Hines said.
He wants to thank the community for electing him 5 times.
Hines has been on the council for 19 years.
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