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Village leaders talk about recent activities, goals during GLMV's annual 'Ask the Mayors' luncheon

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  • Mundelein Mayor Steve Lentz speaking Tuesday at the 2014 GLMV "Ask the Mayors" luncheon at White Deer Run Golf Course in Vernon Hills. More than 85 people heard presentations and asked questions of the leaders from Vernon Hills, Green Oaks, Libertyville and Mundelein.

       Mundelein Mayor Steve Lentz speaking Tuesday at the 2014 GLMV "Ask the Mayors" luncheon at White Deer Run Golf Course in Vernon Hills. More than 85 people heard presentations and asked questions of the leaders from Vernon Hills, Green Oaks, Libertyville and Mundelein.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

  • Green Oaks Trustee John Wagener, left, Libertyville Mayor Terry Weppler, Mundelein Mayor Steve Lentz and Vernon Hills Village Manager John Kalmar chat after Tuesday's 2014 GLMV "Ask the Mayors" luncheon at White Deer Run Golf Course in Vernon Hills. More than 85 people attended the gathering.

       Green Oaks Trustee John Wagener, left, Libertyville Mayor Terry Weppler, Mundelein Mayor Steve Lentz and Vernon Hills Village Manager John Kalmar chat after Tuesday's 2014 GLMV "Ask the Mayors" luncheon at White Deer Run Golf Course in Vernon Hills. More than 85 people attended the gathering.
    Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer

 
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More than 85 people heard presentations Tuesday from village leaders from Green Oaks, Libertyville, Mundelein and Vernon Hills during the GLMV Chamber of Commerce's annual "Ask the Mayors" luncheon.

Libertyville Mayor Terry Weppler, Mundelein Mayor Steve Lentz, Vernon Hills Village Administrator John Kalmar and Green Oaks Trustee John Wagener represented their villages at the event at the White Deer Run golf club in Vernon Hills.

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The forum is held to address the business community about recent activities and future goals the current administration has for their respective communities.

Guests also had an opportunity to meet the officials and ask questions during the luncheon.

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