Robert Troyer writes in the Reader Forum: “There are many reasons why people enjoy living in Lake Bluff: Excellent schools and library, the Lake Bluff beach, our swimming pool and park facilities, as well as great neighbors. …”
Lake Forest District 67 Candidate Mike Borkowski has created a video series to address issues facing the city’s elementary and middle schools.
Mark Litzsinger writes in the Reader Forum: “We need ‘Do Not Litter’ signs with a $500 fine on Alden Lane and other high traffic streets in Lake Forest.”
Don Russ writes in the Reader Forum: “I will vote for the Lake Bluff School Caucus candidates: Chris Letchinger, Richard Hegg, John Marozsan and Julie Gottshall. This will explain why. …”
Daniel D. Dolan, Jr. writes in the Reader Forum: “I have known Robert J. Lemke since he moved to Lake Forest in 2002, and it is my great pleasure to recommend Rob for the District 67 School Board.”
Mark Shaw writes in the Reader Forum: “Mike Borkowski is endorsed by the Lake Forest Caucus in the upcoming District 67 Board of Education election. As a resident of Lake Forest for nearly 22 years and with a son enrolled in the District, I believe Mike will make an outstanding member of the Board of Education, and that the Caucus made the right choice in endorsing him.
John Marozsan writes in the Reader Forum: “A few months ago, I posted a piece on this site calling for “civil and transparent discourse in local issues. …”
Todd Doucette writes in the Reader Forum: “I watched with great interest the League of Women Voters Debate Forum on March 10th, particularly the Shields Township segment with candidates from both parties, new and incumbents.”
Robin Huszagh writes in the Reader Forum: “District 115 and 65 will benefit most when School Board Members demonstrate problem solving skills that incorporate effective communication, community team-building, and a long term vision and planning process which incorporates obtainable goals that exemplify thoughtful consideration with regard to how they affect the community as a whole.”