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Office sought: DuPage Forest Preserve District 1
Family: Widowed, 2 children, 2 grandchildren
Occupation: Small business owner
Education: Some college with accounting/business major
Civic involvement: St. Demetrious Church 1970 thru present Member IADP 2002 thru present Treasurer Addison Township Foundation 2006 thru present
Elected offices held: Appointed Addison Township Trustee 8/98 Appointed Addison Township Finance Chairman 1999-2002 President Addison Township Womens Club 1999-2001
Have you ever been arrested for or convicted of a crime? If yes, please explain: No
Continuation of our excellent financial condition retaining our Triple A bond rating and our long term financial plan.
Continuation of our ecological pursuits including advancing stormwater retention when and where possible. Flooding remains a serious issue in DuPage County and we must mitigate its disastrous efforts by sound, ecologically significant planning.
Enhancing our educational efforts to bring our youth into the fold regarding stewardship long term management, critical thinking, and ecological care.
The people in the area surrounding Country Lakes Golf Course need publically owned open space. As a quality of life issue it is important to consider any and all acquisitions seriously. We (the Commission)have to weigh and measure the financial implications of continuing the aquisition effort with the value provided to our citizens. At this point we have spent a significant amount of money in pursuit of the property and must balance anticipated costs with those we have incurred.
Yes and no. In some urban areas the only open space is Golf courses and in our enabling legislation we are to provide recreation as well as conservation and education. Our golf coarses also provide significant storm water retention in times of flooding thereby giving the citizens several benefits from golf properties. Should we build new golf coarses or be actively involved in seeking out additional coarses' No we should do the most with what we have.
It's very good. Very seldom does the District utilize its power of eminent domain. The District is very judicous in its prioritization and selection process of those parcels that are ecologically or socially important.Copyright © 2013 Paddock Publications, Inc. All rights reserved.