The Flossmoor Board of Trustees will discuss the possibility of placing a bond referendum on the November ballot to raise money for infrastructure projects, including street repair and stormwater drainage. Village staff members have presented several options for the board to consider, depending on how those projects are prioritized. The meeting will[Read More…]
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Several long-term projects are on the agenda of Monday’s Flossmoor Village Board meeting. Board members are being asked to approve the next phase of a water supply study that will pave the way for Flossmoor making a significant change in how the village receives its Lake Michigan water. Under the[Read More…]
The Flossmoor Village Board Monday approved the appointment of Village Clerk Joni Bradley-Scott to fill the trustee seat left vacant by Phil Minga’s resignation earlier this year. The board also approved the appointment of Flossmoor resident Ananda Billings to serve the remainder of Bradley-Scott’s term as village clerk until 2021. You’ve[Read More…]
The race for two Flossmoor village board seats turned out much closer than anyone would have predicted three months ago. When the final votes were announced April 23, however, two incumbent trustees – Perry Hoag and James Mitros – defeated their write-in challengers, Michelle Nelson and David Bruni. Hoag and Mitros were[Read More…]
The Chronicle’s 2019 Consolidated Election Voters Guide: Three Flossmoor Board of Trustees candidate responded to our questionnaire, Gyata Kimmons, James Mitros and write-in candidate Michelle Nelson. You’ve reached subscriber-only content Register for free to continue reading Free 3-day trial Already a subscriber? Log in here.
Two write-in candidates are running for seats on the Flossmoor Village Board in the April 2 consolidated election. David Bruni and Michelle Svetic Nelson Tuesday filed the necessary paperwork to be write-in candidates with the Cook County Clerk’s Office. They are running as a team for two of the three trustee[Read More…]