Indiana Code Title 36. Local Government § 36-7-12-14

Sec. 14 . An economic development commissioner may be removed from office for neglect of duty, incompetency, inability to perform the commissioner's duties, or any other good cause, by the executive or fiscal body that selected or nominated the commissioner. The commissioner removed may obtain judicial review of the removal by filing a complaint in a circuit or superior court in the county, and the burden of proof is upon the executive or fiscal body that removed the commissioner.  The cause shall be placed on the advanced calendar and be tried as other civil causes are tried by the court, without a jury.  The court's judgment may be appealed in the same manner as any civil action.

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