Learn about Forest Preserve candidates at wcfpd.org
From press release
For the first time in its 88-year history, the Winnebago County Forest Preserve District has the opportunity to be governed by an independent board of commissioners elected at large by the voters Nov. 2. The new board will replace the current 28-member Board of Commissioners who serve dually as county board members.
Seven nonpartisan commissioners will serve staggered volunteer terms to oversee the 9,654-acre Winnebago County Forest Preserve system. This new governing body has an unprecedented opportunity to shape the health of the environment and the quality of life in our region.
To better inform the public of the 35 candidates’ interests and qualifications for serving as commissioners, all candidates were invited to post information on the WCFPD website. The candidates’ responses are now available at wcfpd.org.
From the Sept. 22-28, 2010 issue
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