John Styler: Candidate profile

  • John Styler

    John Styler

 
Updated 3/18/2019 3:41 PM

Bio

Name: John Styler

 

City: Prospect Heights

Office sought: Alderman Ward 2

Age: 87

Family:

Occupation: Retired

Education: Some college no degree

Civic involvement: Served our city on several committies currently a board member representing the city on the Chicago North Shore CVB

Previous elected offices held: 12 years as alderman of Ward 2

Incumbent: If yes, when were first elected? No

Website: None

Facebook: No

Twitter: No

Issue questions

What are the most important issues facing your community and how do you intend to address them?

Truthfully a candidate running against our mayor who is most unqualified

What makes you the best candidate for the job?

I have the best interest of our city as of primary interest with no agenda, we have advanced under the leadership of our current member although he has had a considerably negative council with an agenda of their own.

Describe your leadership style and explain how you think that will be effective in producing actions and decisions with your village board or city council.

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I have always been open minded to change for the better.

How would you describe the condition of your community's budget, and what are the most important specific actions the town should take to assure providing the level of services people want?

What's one good idea you have to better the community that no one is talking about yet?

The negative view in our city to find the right path to becoming a home rule community which would benefit every resident of our city and our vision of growing and forgeting we are a rural community surrounded by real living communities; we don't need or have hourse troughs or gas lights at our interscetions that some believe.

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