After Niles Trustee Andrew Przybylo and former trustee George Alpogianis declared their candidacy in the April Niles municipal elections, they have begun distributing a flier to residents of multi-unit buildings.
The flier outlines their platform, noting that multi-unit buildings have different needs than single family homeowners and encouraging multi-unit residents to apply to run for the Niles board on their ticket.
"We're looking for candidates, and it's important voters be represented," Przybylo said.
Prybylo said he had not formally announced his candidacy yet, though Alpogianis said last week that Przybylo would run for mayor and Alpogianis would run for trustee on a common slate. They are interviewing for two more candidates to round out the slate.
"We'll be pro business, pro neighborhood, low taxes and high service," Przybylo said Monday.
The flier, attached to this article as a .pdf., starts out talking about disarray in village government, then discusses measures that are working, such as the 2030 Comprehensive Plan and the stormwater plan.
It continues on to say the Przybylo-Alpogianis slate would work toward zoning changes, reinvigorate animal control, institute an inspector general, evaluate department heads by a Cook County-inspired evaluation system and form six standing committees, giving trustees responsibilities for them.