Personalities set apart agreeable candidates to lead Villa Park

  • From left, Albert Bulthuis, Chuck Pickerill and Robert Taglia are candidates for Villa Park mayor.

    From left, Albert Bulthuis, Chuck Pickerill and Robert Taglia are candidates for Villa Park mayor.

  • Albert Bulthuis, who is running for Villa Park village president in the April 4 election, says he wants to promote government consolidation among small fire protection districts and he isn't afraid to push good ideas through the government approval process.

    Albert Bulthuis, who is running for Villa Park village president in the April 4 election, says he wants to promote government consolidation among small fire protection districts and he isn't afraid to push good ideas through the government approval process.

  • Chuck Pickerill, one of three candidates for Villa Park village president, says he wants to bring a "hometown spirit" back to the town by inspiring others to get involved.

    Chuck Pickerill, one of three candidates for Villa Park village president, says he wants to bring a "hometown spirit" back to the town by inspiring others to get involved.

  • Robert Taglia, who is one of three candidates running for Villa Park village president, says he would promote the town's needs among lawmakers in Springfield and work with neighbors on beneficial partnerships.

    Robert Taglia, who is one of three candidates running for Villa Park village president, says he would promote the town's needs among lawmakers in Springfield and work with neighbors on beneficial partnerships.

 
 
Updated 3/22/2017 5:56 PM

Three candidates running an amicable campaign for village president in Villa Park set themselves apart more by their personalities than their priorities for the village.

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