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Glen Ellyn Elections for:

School District 41
School District 87
School District 89
Glen Ellyn Park District
Glen Ellyn Village President
Glen Ellyn Village Board Trustee

Vote Today! Your vote matters!

CONSOLIDATED GENERAL ELECTION

For the election of Township, Municipal, Park District, Library District, School District and Fire District officials

POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM 6:00 AM - 7:00 PM

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FUTURE ELECTION DATES:

FEBRUARY 2, 2010 - GENERAL PRIMARY ELECTION

Event Start Date: 
Apr 7 2009 6:00am - 7:00pm
Location: 
Your Designated Polling Place

At the March 23, 2009 village board meeting, the Board approved $323,300 in cuts to the Glen Ellyn's Special Programs Fund (SPF) Budget.

Here is a summary of cuts to narrow the current deficit in the SPF budget:

1. Postage / Printing / Professional Services – Other (Total Cuts = $36,800)
Includes transition to a quarterly Village Newsletter from the current bi-monthly frequency. Also eliminates the 2010 Village Calendar.

2. Contribution / Historical Society (Total Cuts = $35,000)
Cut back to FY05/06 level.

GEL ELECTION PROFILE: Glen Ellyn Village President Candidate Gary Fasules

Village President Candidate Gary Fasules

Glen Ellyn Village President Candidate Gary Fasules
http://www.garyforglenellyn.com/

Occupation:
- Director of Sales and Operations for American Hotel Register - responsible for 400 million dollar sales division while managing over 150 employees

Residency:
- Life long resident, wife is third generation Glen Ellynite

Education:
- Georgetown University, Post Graduate studies 87-88
- University of Wyoming, MS Marketing 79-80
- University of Wyoming, BS Mgmt Info Systems 75-79
- Glenbard West High School
- Hadley Junior High
- Ben Franklin Elementary School

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Candidate Specific Questions for Mark Pfefferman

Mark, you were slated by the Civic Betterment Party and ran against several other village president candidates. Do you believe the Civic Betterment Party process is a fair process for selecting village officials?

Some people think the Civic Betterment Party is an exclusionary process. Can you explain why the Civic Betterment process is good for the village? What's your opinion of the CBP's typical selection of village officials?

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Questions Specific to Gary Fasules

Gary: you decided to run as an independent candidate. Explain the reason for not going through the traditional vetting process of being slated by the Civic Betterment Party and participating in their town meeting to vote for their candidates.

Q6: What are 5 objectives you'd like to see accomplish during your term?

Gary Fasules: no response

Q9: What changes will you vigorously pursue within the next 2 years to rejuvenate the business climate in Glen Ellyn (in either our downtown district or elsewhere), and what specific concepts of the downtown strategic plan would you implement immediately if the conditions were right? What are the dependencies to do so?

Q5: What are the 5 most important challenges facing the village and what is your strategy for addressing them?

Q2: Both of you have served as village trustees. When did you serve the village and what were some of your greatest moments/accomplishments as a board trustee?

Q1: What's been your community involvement that's relevant to being the next leader of the village?

Gary Fasules: My background will bring leadership, unity, and solutions to Glen Ellyn.

I provide leadership familiar with all aspects of the community as a long term resident, homeowner, parent, trustee, chamber member, business executive, and participation on various District 41 and 87 committees qualifies me to be Village president.

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