Cindy Carpenter is committed to making Butler County a great place to live. As a life-long Republican her commitment to fiscal responsibility, accountability and service to the public is indisputable. Her work to end "business as usual" and embrace innovation is leading us to a bright, exciting future. Butler County government has come a long way, lets celebrate our successes!
The Butler County Board of Commissioners continue to prioritize the needs of foster children. The recent substance abuse crisis has increased the need for specialized services. With the increased need, the Commissioners sincerely appreciate the commitment of The Father's House to grow our foster care network..
Commissioner Carpenter addressed the need for accessibility to the newly renovated Soldiers and Sailors Monument. Advocating for the disabled veterans and the general public, Carpenter wants everyone to have access to the county's historic military memorabilia.
The world is calling for more educated young people, and the leaders of some of Butler County’s school systems said they are rapidly installing reforms to answer that call.
Commissioners and Children's Services in Butler County are now working together to improve the system to protect the users. This began with Commissioner Carpenter stepping in to protect a pregnant woman that was, at the time, living under the High Street bridge. Read more...