Nearly 400 people attended the kick off rally for the Niles New Party 2013 campaign Saturday at the White Eagle Banquet Hall.


(Niles, IL...Feb. 24, 2013)  A crowd estimated at nearly 400 people crammed into the White Eagle Banquet Hall in Niles on Saturday, February 23 to attend the Niles New Party 2013's campaign kick-off rall

Special guests appearing at the rally included State Senator John D’Amico, Polish National Alliance and Polish American Congress President Frank Spula and outgoing Niles Mayor Robert Callero.

 The Niles New Party 2013 slate said it would bring Performance Management to Niles so that all village departments would be run efficiently and effectively and that all village department heads would have to adhere to specific rules and regulations.  Przybylo noted that he has seen the effectiveness of Performance Management working under Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinckle.  "It’s all about metrics,” Przybylo said.   “Procedures must take place in a certain amount of time and sufficient follow up must be done on each and every issue,” he added.

 Outgoing Niles Mayor Callero said that he enjoyed working with Przybylo over the years that Przybylo has served as a Trustee but that now “It’s Andrew’s turn to serve Niles as Mayor – and I know he and his slate will do a terrific job.”


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Doug Bressler February 25, 2013 at 10:06 PM
It is nobody's turn to be mayor. He needs to be elected like everyone else.


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