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Looking at Arlene Mulder's legacy in Arlington Heights

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Village President Arlene Mulder speaks to guests during groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Arlington Heights Village Hall on June 8, 2006.

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Outgoing Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder with Carol Janacek, human services coordinator.

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Arlington Heights Village Trustee Arlene Mulder walks to the tee at Arlington Lakes Golf Club, at a 1991 outing.

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Arlene Mulder in 1979, the year she was picked to fill a vacancy on the Arlington Heights Park District board.

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In 1991, Arlene Mulder had been a park board commissioner for 12 years when Village President Bill Maki asked, or as Mulder remembers it, begged, her to run for trustee. Two years later Maki became a judge and Mulder won her first term as mayor. On Monday, she'll bang the gavel for the last time before turning it over to Tom Hayes.
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    • Village President Arlene Mulder speaks to guests during groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Arlington Heights Village Hall on June 8, 2006.
    • Outgoing Arlington Heights Mayor Arlene Mulder with Carol Janacek, human services coordinator.
    • Arlington Heights Village Trustee Arlene Mulder walks to the tee at Arlington Lakes Golf Club, at a 1991 outing.
    • Arlene Mulder in 1979, the year she was picked to fill a vacancy on the Arlington Heights Park District board.
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