Tuesday, April 9, 2013
Meet the uncontested Wheaton City Council candidates in the 2013 municipal election.
While City Council seats in all four of Wheaton's districts and one at-large seat were up for election this year, there is only one contested race. Four candidates are running for one City Council seat in the city's North District, including incumbent Phil Suess, Alberta Adamson, JT del Alcazar and Ted Rodgers. But the Council will still see a few changes in its lineup after the April 9 election. While there's no need to compare these candidates to an opponent, they have all said they welcome questions, comments and concerns from you, the residents—the people they serve. At-Large: Prendiville to Return to City Council John Prendiville is a former at-large City Councilman who left the Council to challenge Wheaton Mayor Mike Gresk in the …
Sunday, February 10, 2013
John Rutledge is running unopposed for City Council in the city's South District.
Sunday, February 10
Name: John K Rutledge Position sought: Councilman, South District Age: 68 Family (name, relationship and age): Wife Nancy, grown son Education (degree and school): Occupation: Real Estate Consultant Previous elected offices: Appointed to fill vacant City Council seat March 2011 Applicable experience qualifying you for the position: Two years on City Council, numerous presidencies and committee chairmanships with trade and charitable organizations. Extensive real estate experience applicable to economic development issues. What is the primary reason you are running for this office? I believe the three most important issues facing the city are economic development, infrastructure, and financial prudence. In the past two years I believe I …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Wheaton councilman John Rutledge announces his run in the 2013 election for the South District seat on Wheaton's City Council.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
The following is a press release from John Rutledge: John K Rutledge, Wheaton City Councilman representing the South District, intends to run for a full four-year term beginning in May 2013. He was appointed to fill a vacancy in March 2011 and will have served two years at the time of the next election in April 2013. With a career of over forty years devoted to commercial and residential real estate investment and management, he brings a unique perspective regarding the many zoning and development matters that come before the Council. In addition to economic development, other priorities are the preservation of Wheaton’s strong financial condition and continual maintenance and improvement of infrastructure. In particular, he has vigorously…