Journal helps Sidoti, Latash, Wilson for Glenview village administrator
Many Glenview residents have mentioned this 12 months that they need extra transparency of their native authorities. Change is coming irrespective of who wins within the Tuesday April 6 election. No incumbent operator is working.
There are two opposing slates on the poll for the village council. Unite Glenview slate has operated underneath completely different names over time. He held energy on the village board for twenty years. Glenview Subsequent is a second village slate. The Journal approves a mixture of candidates from the 2 tickets.
The sector of candidates on each lists is diverse and Glenview could be properly served with the election of one among them.
Sheri latash, Candidate for the Glenview Subsequent Listing has been an lively member and president of the League of Voters of Glenview / Glencoe for a few years. His work with the league included a number of essential research of points on the native and state ranges. His expertise within the league offers him perception into greatest practices not solely in Glenview, however in different municipalities as properly. Her skilled work as an educator will even be one other asset in understanding and assessing the advanced problems with the village that must be introduced earlier than the council.
Adam sidoti, a candidate with the Unite Glenview ticket, got here to get to know the village authorities intimately as plans unfolded to construct a shopping mall in his neighborhood close to Willow and Pfingsten roads. When he and different neighbors noticed the unhealthy timber being eliminated whereas the mall web site was being cleared, he contacted the village. The venture was stopped, environmental critiques have been carried out, fines and lawsuits adopted. This led to the rezoning. The builders lastly submitted a brand new lowered proposal.
The kind of grassroots group that Sidoti has taken on offers him the prospect of responding to and understanding the wants of residents. His profession as a lawyer and his expertise in company advertising and marketing give Sidoti a strong background.
Cathy Wilson is one other resident with a mixture of backgrounds together with advertising and marketing, communications, innovation and product growth, in addition to neighborhood organizing. She has a strong understanding of the village. She is good for main the form of constructive change that the residents of Glenview need.
Though unopposed, the Journal impatiently awaits the village administrator. Mike Jenny change into president of the village. Jenny has a refreshing openness in speaking, understanding and adopting new and progressive concepts.
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