Citizen's Council of La Grange Slates President, Trustee Candidates
The council's candidate for village president is former trustee Tom Livingston, who previously served two four-year terms on the board.
The following is a press release from the Citizen's Council of La Grange:
Last evening the Citizens’ Council of La Grange slated Tom Livingston as a Candidate for Village President, and slated Bill Holder, Mark Langan and David McCarty as candidates for the three open trustee positions on the Village Board.
“After a thorough review of applications and our interview process, the Council slated Tom Livingston, Bill Holder, Mark Langan and David McCarty for their longstanding commitment to the community and the experience that they can bring to the Village Board,” commented David Schwartz, chair of the Citizens’ Council of La Grange. For more information on the candidates, please visit the Council’s website at www.lgcitizenscouncil.org.
The Council has now slated candidates for Village President and the open positions on the Village Board, the Park District Board and the Library Board. The election for these positions will be held on April 9, 2013. Prior to that election, the Council will host a public forum at which Village residents will have the opportunity to hear from and ask questions of the candidates, including those not slated by the Council. Additional information on the candidate forum will be posted on the Council’s website at www.lgcitizenscouncil.org.
The Citizens’ Council of La Grange is a non-partisan, volunteer organization dating back to the 1930s, which serves the residents of La Grange, Illinois by seeking, evaluating, and recommending candidates for the Village, Library and Park District Boards. The Citizens’ Council is not a caucus or a political party. The Council strives to promote and maintain the best possible government for all La Grange citizens. Its members are active throughout our community and work to ensure the Village’s continued success through open, honest, and intelligent governance. For more information on the Citizens’ Council of La Grange, visit www.lgcitizenscouncil.org.