Hoefert will seek re-election as Mount Prospect mayor

First-term Mount Prospect Mayor Paul Hoefert will see re-election next year.

Hoefert plans to make his formal announcement Wednesday during the Mount Prospect Chamber Dynamic Year Breakfast at the Old Orchard Country Club.

He was elected mayor in April 2021, after serving almost 30 years as a village trustee.

Hoefert said the village has met many significant strategic and tactical goals during his mayoral term and has momentum going forward.

“During my time as mayor, working with our village manager and our village board, I have had a very tight focus on the ball,” he said.

“There is so much more that we, as a village, can and need to do, and I want to continue to lead our village on that journey,” he added. “We are creating the future of Mount Prospect, and I believe as mayor, I am uniquely qualified to help mold our future and bring so many more positive accomplishments across the finish line.”

In addition to the mayor’s post, three village trustee seats will be up for election in April 2025. Those seats currently are held by trustees Augie Filippone, Terri Gens and John Matuszak.

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