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Niles New Party Seeks to Restore "Niles Pride"

Niles New Party 2013 Seeks to Restore "Niles Pride"

Rally To Be Held February 23rd to Announce "Back to the Future" Campaign

Andrew Przybylo, running for Mayor on the Niles New Party ticket along with George Alpogianis, Danette O'Donovan Matyas and John Jekot for Trustees, will announce their party's plan to restore "Niles Pride" at a special Niles New Party Rally on Saturday, February 23, from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. at the White Eagle Banquet Hall, 6839 N. Milwaukee Avenue in Niles.

 

"Niles experienced a wonderful rebirth in the 1950's and 1960's," said Przybylo.  "Residential development was booming, new businesses were locating her and we had a stable tax base and great municipal services.  Our goal is to restore that pride and make Niles an All-American City again."

George "Kappy's" Alpogianis heartily agrees with his running mate.  "Our party has the ability to bring Niles back to when it was named an "All American City," Alpogianis said.  "By bringing more businesses in we will be able to expand our tax base and relieve property tax pressures," he said.

Przybylo, Alpogianis, O'donovan Matyas and Jekot will be at the Niles New Party Rally on February 23rd to meet with constituents and discuss their plans and goals.  "We'd like all interested residents to attend and hear our plans for building a new and better Niles," said O'Donovan Matyas.  "Bring your neighbors and friends, meet with the candidates, enjoy free drinks and food and let your voices be heard," she said.

All of the candidates will be there to listen to the citizens and hear their thoughts about what the new Niles of the future should be," added John Jekot.

The rally will be held at the White Eagle Restaurant this Saturday from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.  Free refreshments will be served.  For more information call 847-647-9796 or go to www.nilesnewparty2013@yahoo.com.  

 

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Pat Craig February 18, 2013 at 11:46 PM
Good luck George. I know you will do well.
Jac Charlier February 20, 2013 at 04:34 AM
Come on out and be informed voters.

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