Monday, March 25, 2013
There are five candidates running for three trustee seats on the Deerfield Village Board. Incumbent Barbara Struthers is seeking re-election with the Deerfield Caucus Party.
Monday, March 25
Name: Barbara Struthers Campaign Website: http://barb4deerfield.com and deerfieldcaucusparty2013.com How long have you lived in Deerfield: 30 years Are you an incumbent? Yes How long have you served in your office: 8 years What political accomplishments are you most proud of? Excellent financial management, as one of only 60 communities in the U.S. with a AAA bond rating. Planning and finishing our new wastewater treatment plant on time, within 1% of budget, getting interest rates of about 2% on the bonds to finance it thanks to our AAA bond rating, and using state grant money to construct and LEED certify the plant administration building. Getting parking lots of Deerbrook and Lake Cook Plaza (now Deer Park plaza connected by roads on …
There are five candidates running for three seats on the Deerfield Village Board.
Monday, March 25
Five candidates are running for three open trustee seats on the Deerfield Village Board. Patch sent all candidates a questionnaire. Click the candidate’s name to read the profile.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
Town meeting backs Farkas, Oppenheim and Struthers for Village Board slate. Rosenthal, unopposed, gets nod for mayor.
Voters at Deerfield’s 29th biennial Town Meeting voted to back two of the Deerfield Village Caucus’s choices for the Board of Trustees in the April 9 election and overturn a third selection Tuesday at Caruso Middle School. Mayor Harriet Rosenthal was the only mayoral hopeful to submit to the caucus process. She got the necessary votes to earn the support of the Caucus. That choice was ratified by the voters Tuesday. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. On Nov. 21, the Caucus endorsed incumbent Trustees Barbara Struthers and Alan Farkas along with Rob Nadler, a member of the Planning Commission. Trustee Mary Oppenheim and Planning Commissioner Jim Moyer were not backed. The Town …