Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Joan Reed sees clarity in April 9 election.
Wednesday, March 20
Election Day for Deerfield residents is fast approaching. For some, the choice for Mayor and three trustees is clear. For others, maybe not so clear. But for this Deerfield resident of 25 years, clarity is not an issue. There is no doubt that the four candidates on the Caucus slate are hands-down, the most qualified candidates on the ballot. Combined, Mayor Harriet Rosenthal and incumbent Trustees Alan Farkus, Mary Oppenheim and Barbara Struthers bring over 50 years of commitment and service to the Village. Each candidate provides the wisdom and leadership necessary to keep Deerfield a thriving community. They are dedicated to making sure that all aspects of Village interests are dealt with, not just the few issues that may affect a…
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Mayor Rosenthal shares her New Year’s Resolutions for Deerfield.
With the season for New Year’s resolutions upon everyone in Deerfield, Mayor Harriet Rosenthal took time with Patch late last year to share some of her goals for the Village in this new year. At the top of her list is progress for the retail developments along the Lake Cook Road corridor. She also wants the community to remain safe, fiscally sound and continue to be a good place for family living. Get local news in a daily email from Patch. It's like getting a free newspaper. Learn more. Here is a list of the mayor’s New Year’s resolutions for Deerfield: 1. Keep Deerbrook and Cadwell Corners moving forward; 2. Continue to work with the Deerfield Police Department to put the Village in the best possible public safety …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Candidate slates for Village Board and township officials will be chosen.
Deerfield voters will have their say at 7 p.m. today at Caruso Middle School about who will be endorsed on the Village Caucus slate on the April 9 ballot for Deerfield’s mayor and the Village Board of Trustees. Caucuses will be held today as well for West Deerfield Township officials. The Village municipal elections are non partisan while the Township contests will offer both Republican and Democratic slates. Earlier: Caucuses Give Citizens Voice Tuesday The Township Democrats will hold their endorsement session at 6:30 p.m. today at the United Methodist Church, according to Township Clerk Kristen Scott. She also said the West Deerfield Independent Party would meet at 6 p.m. today at Village Hall. The Republicans will gather at 7 p.m. at …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
People considering a run for mayor of Deerfield or Village Board of Trustees must submit application for caucus endorsement by Nov. 7.
While the nation’s attention is focused on Tuesday’s Presidential election as well as races for Congress, the Illinois General Assembly and county-wide offices, there is an important deadline the next day for Deerfield’s April 2 municipal contest. Through nominating petitions are not due until Dec. 24, People who wish to run for mayor of Deerfield or the Village Board of Trustees and want the backing of the caucus must submit applications by Nov. 7. All candidates will be interviewed by the caucus Nov. 13 or 14. Three trustees—Alan Farkas, Mary Oppenheim and Barbara Struthers—and Mayor Harriet Rosenthal are up for reelection. Rosenthal, Oppenheim, Struthers and Farkas told Patch they are all running for reelection. Nominating petition …
Monday, July 2, 2012
Civic groups join vendors selling fruits, vegetables and other wares.
While the Deerfield Farmer’s Market is stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables of the season, the community element of the event was on display Saturday. Each week one or more booths are reserved for civic groups, according to event coordinator Joan Reed. In the past, church, school and community organizations have taken a turn communicating their message. Earlier: Deerfield Farmers’ Market Has Something for All This week it was the Deerfield Community Nursery School as Director Diane Moyano staffed the booth with colleagues Kathy Kaczkowski of Arlington Heights and Kim Engler of Northbrook. “We’re here to provide information on the school, keep people hydrated and have fun,” Moyano said. If people wanted a chance to visit with Mayor …