Thursday, March 28, 2013
The local candidates you vote for on April 9 have more influence over your taxes and the services you get than pols in Washington. Learn about the candidates and make an informed choice.
Following is the Patch.com candidate questionnaire from John Pietron, who is running for Morton Grove trustee in the April 9 election. Three candidates are running for three trustee slots; all are unopposed. Name: John Pietron Age: 64 How long have you lived in Morton Grove? 37 years Family: Wife (of 40 years) Janice; Nieces, Nephews, and Godchildren; 2 Collies Education: BS Finance, U of I Chicago and MBA, Keller Graduate School of Management Occupation: Retired. Previously, Entrepreneur – Marketing Consultant Previous Elected or Appointed Offices (please include years of service): Other community involvement: Previous MORTON GROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY member Previous MORTON GROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY Board …
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Trustee Dan DiMaria has won the Action Party's nomination for Morton Grove mayor.
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Monday, October 22, 2012
The party has chosen a slate of candidates running for mayor, village clerk and trustee positions in the April election.
Monday, October 22, 2012
The Morton Grove Action Party has announced its slate of candidates for the April 2013 municipal election. The following is a statement from the party. Five seats on Morton Grove’s Village Board will be on the ballot: village president, village clerk, and three village trustee positions. The Action Party has slated Daniel J. Staackmann for the office of Village President. Staackmann is currently Mayor and served two terms as trustee on the village board. He also served on the Morton Grove Park Board for 16 years. In 2001, Staackmann was awarded the Illinois Association of Park Districts’ “Outstanding Board Member” award. He has also served as board member, treasurer, and president for the Maine-Niles Special Recreation Association…
Thursday, August 23, 2012
If you're interested in running for elected office in Morton Grove, the Action Party is holding open screening sessions for candidates.
The Action Party of Morton Grove announced this week it is continuing its tradition of holding open screening sessions to seek candidates, this time for the upcoming municipal elections in April of 2013. Screening sessions will be scheduled in mid-September to accommodate those applicants seeking to run for the offices of Village President, Village Clerk and three seats for Village Trustee, said a statement from Village Trustee Maria Toth. "The Action Party prides itself on its open and inclusive process to seek out residents who are not only interested in running for office on the Village Board, but who also may be interested in volunteering their time in other capacities to help keep Morton Grove the great place it is to live, work …