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  Letter to the editor: Sue Allen says it's time for a younger mayor in Wheeling and likes Dean Argiris. "He cares about the seniors as well as the village," she writes.

Time for a younger mayor in Wheeling

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:54 PM

  Letter to the editor: As David Krein of Schaumburg figures it, only two of the five candidates for the District 211 school board are focused on the needs of the taxpayers. There are three seats open, he says, so "That does not make me a happy...

Only two Dist. 211 candidates care about taxpayer

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:54 PM

  Letter to the editor: Jill Jacobsen says she's all for children being able to safely walk to school , but the upcoming sidewalk project on Schoenbeck Road is just too elaborate for the need. "I just fail to see why our tax money is being spent when...

New sidewalk too elaborate, expensive

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:54 PM

  Letter to the editor: "By divulging the contents of a confidential communication from the president of the District 15 school board to a third party, board member Rich Bokor has betrayed the public's trust," writes Joe Heater of Palatine.

Bokor has betrayed the public trust

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:54 PM

  Letter to the editor: Emily McHugh says Kelly Mazeski is will be a fiscally conservative leader with a watchful eye on the budget, and someone who understands the value of Barrington Hills' 5-acre minimum zoning.

Mazeski a good choice for trustee

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

  Letter to the editor: "We need someone who understands Arlington Heights — knows its past, understands the present, and will guide its future," Ann Sadler writes. "Jim Tinaglia is that person."

Tinaglia has right combination of gifts

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

  Letter to the editor: "Jim (Tinaglia) will bring a unique perspective to the board," writes Jim Murray. "Being part of the Arlington Heights village board is not easy these days but instead of standing on the sidelines, he has decided to get...

Tinaglia will be 'tremendous asset'

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

  Letter to the editor: Linda Gallo-Marx is enthusiastic about Dean Argiris as Wheeling village president. "Dean has shown his commitment to us, the people, from serving on the board of trustees to participating in many of our community endeavors for...

Proud to call Argiris 'village president'

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

  Letter to the editor: Christine Dolgopol wonders if the Wheeling Twp. Democrats even know what a township board does, if they are campaigning on a pledge to lower taxes.

Township GOP has gotten the job done

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

  Letter to the editor: Belinda Burke isn't voting for Dean Argiris for Wheeling village president. "We've had enough self-service from elected officials and need to hold all candidates accountable to walk the walk, not just talk the talk," she writes.

Not happy with the Argiris campaign

Updated: 4/4/2013 02:52 PM

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