Metro West Council of Government names 2023-24 executive board

  • Metro West Council of Government installed its new executive board for 2023-24. Pictured from left, Michael Reid, vice president; Stephan Pickett, president; Steve Bosco, secretary; Stephanie Dawkins, Kane County representative; and Dan DiSanto, treasurer; and Metro West Executive Director Lesli Melendy. Not pictured: Ric Offerman.

    Metro West Council of Government installed its new executive board for 2023-24. Pictured from left, Michael Reid, vice president; Stephan Pickett, president; Steve Bosco, secretary; Stephanie Dawkins, Kane County representative; and Dan DiSanto, treasurer; and Metro West Executive Director Lesli Melendy. Not pictured: Ric Offerman. Courtesy of Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns

 
 
Posted6/1/2023 4:14 PM

At their May board meeting, Metro West Council of Government named and installed the executive board for 2023-24.

Newly elected board members are:

 

• President: Sleepy Hollow Village President Stephan Pickett

• Vice president: Hampshire Village President Michael Reid

• Secretary: North Aurora Village Administrator Steve Bosco

• Treasurer: Oswego Village Administrator Dan DiSanto

• Kane County Representative: Geneva City Administrator Stephanie Dawkins,

• Kendall County Representative: Minooka Village President Ric Offerman

"As a past president of Metro West, I understand the significance of leading this organization and the important work it does to benefit our collective communities," said Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns.

The executive board is responsible for the vision, strategy, and policy of Metro West Council of Government.

The executive board is nominated by and voted for by the 34 members municipalities at the April meeting annually. Board members serve for one-year terms.

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"Metro West has always been a catalyst in any conversation, proudly inspiring many municipalities to work collaboratively for the betterment of our region. It is truly an honor and privilege to take the office of vice president, and I hope that together we can build on the hard work of those that came before us to help make our region a place that our current and future residents can and will be proud of," said Michael Reid, Hampshire Village President and vice president of Metro West.

Founded in 2004, Metro West Council of Government is a member driven nonprofit organization comprised of 34 municipalities in Kane, Kendall, and DeKalb counties representing 750,000 voices.

Metro West advocates for regional issues and municipal concerns at the local, regional, state, and national level.

Learn more about the Metro West Council of Government at www.metrowestcog.org.

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