Downtown Tipp City is made up of active individuals who are passionate about the historical district of Tipp City. There are four committees, Organization, Promotion, Design, and Economic Restructuring, that directly focus on projects and needs of the community. The full Board of Directors meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 9 a.m. at Tipp Monroe Community Services, 3 East Main Street. All are welcome to attend!
2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
At Large Representatives
Terri Bessler Midwest Memories President
Samuel Patry Dysinger & Patry Vice President
Jenna Barnett Unity National Bank Treasurer
Ben Deacon Red Door Rentals
Brandon Cox Royal Crest Agency
Christina Hassink Monroe Federal Bank
Lisa Santucci Tipp City Public Library
Andi Trzeciak Andi's Fancies
Kevin Guigou Christian Family Fellowship
Mike McDermott Bash Foo
Kristy Reis Sweet by Kristy
Katie Sonnastine Tipp Monroe Community Services
Carla Ungerecht Tippecanoe Gazette
Carrie Arblaster City Council Representative
Tim Eggleston City of Tipp City - City Staff Rep
Downtown Tipp City EMPLOYEES (NON-VOTING MEMBERS)
Heather Dorsten Director of Downtown Tipp City
Ba Bolner Administrative Assistant/ Board Secretary
Jim Valekis Operations
Kevin Guigou Design
Kristy Reis Promotions
Sam Patry Economic Restructuring
The Organization Committee strives to get everyone working towards the same goal and assembling the appropriate human and financial resources to implement a Main Street-style revitalization program. A governing board, standing committees, volunteers and a paid program director work together seemlessly to divide the workload and share responsibilities, resulting in completed projects, consensus building and cooperation among the various stakeholders.
The Design Committee strives to improve the “look and feel” of the historical district by implementing Main Street-style design programs.
The Economic Development Committee strives to foster growth and opportunities in Tipp City by working to implement Main Street-style economic development programs.
The Promotion Committee strives to promote Downtown Tipp City historical district through various print and electronic means.
Downtown Tipp City is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a National Trust for Historic Preservation and Heritage Ohio organization. The DTCP is the leading advocate for downtown business and property owners. We directly serve the business owners, property owners, and residents of downtown Tipp City, but our work also impacts the surrounding community and visitors. A healthy, active, economically strong town center supports stable property values, good schools, and civic involvement throughout the City, not just in the downtown area.