The City of Princeton, Indiana

Dedicated to building a city where families gather

City Council

Bruce McIntosh - Councilman At-Large

Bruce McIntosh has been a resident of Princeton for the past 12 years.  He worked as an engineer for PHD Inc. for 39 year and continues to work for them part-time from his home office.   

Bruce has served on the Princeton Public Library Board of Trustees, the Patoka Township Trustee Advisory Board, the Gibson County Redevelopment Commission and the Princeton Board of Public Works.

Sheri Greene - District 4

Sheri Greene has called Princeton/Gibson County home her entire life. She has 20 plus years of experience at the Gibson County Assessor's office where she is a Level III Certified Indiana Assessor-Appraiser. Greene has represented District 4 on the City’s Common Council since April of 2016.

“I am honored to serve the citizens of Princeton and feel privileged to be a voice for those in District 4.”

Greene’s vision for the city is to be fiscally responsible while providing services the citizens need and want. Continuing to make Princeton a family friendly place to live, work and play remains her priority.

Jan Ballard - District 1

This is Jan Ballard’s fourth consecutive term as District 1’s representative. His dedication to the city includes making improvements to the community and enticing industries and restaurants to call Princeton home.

Ballard has worked for the North Gibson School Corporation for 20 years as an Alternative Education Assignment Supervisor. He coaches the middle school boys’ basketball and track team.

Jim Maglis - District 3

Jim Maglis is the City Councilman for District 3. Maglis is married to his 6th grade sweetheart, Tracy (Fitch) Maglis. They have a 15 year old son named Gage. Maglis grew up in Princeton and graduated from Princeton Community High School in 1990. After high school, he attended and received a Bachelor of Science in Science Teaching from Indiana State University. Maglis taught for 7 years at Kokomo High School in Kokomo, IN before coming back to Princeton Community High School in 2002. This is his 18th year teaching at PCHS where he teaches Environmental Science and Earth & Space Science. Maglis is also the sponsor for the Environmental and Adventure Clubs.

Maglis moved back to Princeton to give back to the community in which he grew up. 

“I ran for City Council to improve and help the quality of life for Princeton. I'm proud of where I come from.”

William Tuley - District 2

William "Bill" Tuley has represented District 2 on the Princeton City Common Council since July of 2017.  Tuley has lived in District 2 for 36 years with his wife of 50 years, Donna.  They have 4 children, 10 grandchildren, and 1 great grandchild.

Tuley promotes growth and development for the City of Princeton, recreation for all citizens from the elderly to the very young, and fiscal responsibility/balanced budgets.

Bill currently serves on the Princeton Redevelopment Committee, Board of Directors for the Gibson County Council on Aging, River Oaks Advisory Board, Salvation Army Advisory Board, and his an Associate Member of the Gibson County Fair Board.


Board of Works

Sheri Greene

812-664-1005 - [email protected]

Bruce McIntosh

260-413-8488 - [email protected]

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