- Kaneland preschool screening Dec. 13
- Blessing of the Manger tradition carries on at Conley Corner
- ‘Drew’ grit: Senior signal-caller earns pinnacle All-State honor
- Elburn Leos to present Breakfast with Santa Dec. 1
- Between Friends Food Pantry sponsors toy, book drive
- Old-fashioned Christmas celebration in Kaneville
Letter: In support of David Paluch
I try to keep up to date on what’s going on in the political landscape around us. If I could vote in Sugar Grove, David Paluch, a candidate for village trustee, would get my vote. And here’s why:
David Paluch worked with your young children at Shields School to send Christmas cards and care packages to our troops. David Paluch is a volunteer on the Sugar Grove Corn Boil. David Paluch accepted the appointment to the Police Commissioner’s Board, and the village’s Planning Commission. This shows his interest in and support of his community, the village of Sugar Grove.
David Paluch believes the village should continue to seek out ways to increase its revenue without raising taxes directly on residents. He believes the development of commercial and industrial tax revenue will benefit the school districts and supports a full interchange at Route 47 and Interstate 88.
David and his wife, Deborah, have lived in Sugar Grove for 15 years. They and their two pugs have been walking the campaign trail the past few weeks. Going door to door in this weather, being interested, having an informed opinion and a genuine demonstrated concern for serving his community are my reasons why I wish I could vote in Sugar Grove.
David Paluch believes in community activism and community pride.