Chris Greisl ’07 was appointed City Attorney by Fishers, Indiana, a new position created in accordance with the governing of a second-class city, per Indiana state law. In the 2012 general election, the citizens of Fishers voted for Fishers to become a second-class city. Second-class refers to Indiana cities with a population size of 35,000 to 599,999. Fishers officially became a second-class city on January 1, 2015. After Wabash, Chris earned his JD from Indiana University School of Law—Indianapolis.
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