The deadline to file petitions for a vacant Wheaton City Council seat is tomorrow, Wednesday, Dec. 26.
Wheaton Municipal Election
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
The deadline to file petitions for a vacant City Council seat is now Wednesday, Dec. 26.
The deadline to file petitions for vacant Wheaton City Council seat has been extended from Dec. 24 to Dec. 26. Petitions for nomination are filed with the Wheaton City Clerk, City Hall, 303 West Wesley Street, Second Floor, Wheaton, Illinois. The filing period begins Monday, Dec. 17 and ends Wednesday, Dec. 26, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.. City Hall offices will be closed on Monday, December 24, 2012 and Tuesday, December 25, 2012 for the holiday. Candidates shall: A Consolidated Primary election will be Tuesday, February 26, 2013 if more than four (4) candidates file for the Councilman At-Large position. The Consolidated Election will be held on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, with the successful candidate taking office at the latter of either the …
Thursday, November 29, 2012
The city will appoint someone to serve on City Council in Jeanne Ives' former at-large seat.
Wheaton Mayor Michael Gresk is seeking individuals who would be interested in being appointed to the currently vacant At-Large City Council position. The position became vacant Nov. 19, when Councilwoman Jeanne Ives resigned before she takes office in Illinois' 42nd representative district. The appointment to this position will be for approximately four months, ending in May 2013. Individuals interested in being considered for this position are asked to submit the following documents to Mayor Gresk at Wheaton City Hall, 303 W. Wesley St., no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 28, 2012: Any questions pertaining to this solicitation should be made to the Wheaton City Clerk Sharon Barrett-Hagen at 630-260-2012. Information courtesy of the …
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Eight people filed petitions for Wheaton's 2013 municipal election, including three people in the city's north district.
As of 12 p.m. Monday, three people had filed petitions for candidacy in Wheaton's 2013 municipal election in the city's north district, including incumbent Phil Suess, of 121 W. Forest Ave., Ted Rodgers, of 408 W. Cole Ave., Robert Molenhouse, of 1920 Glencoe St., J.T. Del Alcazar, of 213 E. Lincoln Ave. and Alberta Adamson, of 419 N. Wheaton Ave. The deadline to file petitions for candidacy was 5 p.m. Monday. Incumbent John Rutledge was the only person to file in the city's south district last Wednesday. Thor Saline was the only person to file in the city's east district and incumbent Todd Scalzo was the only person to file in the city's west district. Molenhouse ran in 2010 for an at-large seat on the council, losing to Jeanne Ives and …
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Councilmen Todd Scalzo and Phil Suess file their petitions for candidacy in the 2013 consolidated election.
Wheaton City Councilman Todd Scalzo was first to file his petition for candidacy in the 2013 consolidated municipal election. Councilman Phil Suess also filed his petition Monday for re-election to his seat in the city's north district. Todd Scalzo announced his re-election campaign for his seat in the west district at Cosley Zoo's "Run for the Animals" in June. The filing period for the 2013 election started Monday, Nov. 19 and ends Monday, Nov. 26. Phil Suess also confirmed this summer he planned to run for re-election. Five seats will be open for election in the 2013 race, after Jeanne Ives announced her resignation Monday as she prepares to serve in Illinois' 42nd House District. Let Patch save you time. Get stories delivered to your …
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Wheaton City Councilman Tom Mouhelis will not seek re-election. After 12 years on the Council and 30 years in the U.S. Air Force, he is ready for himself and his family.
"I'm tired. Honest to God, I'm just tired." Wheaton City Councilman Tom Mouhelis has spent two-thirds of his life in public service and is ready to relax. He said Thursday he will not seek re-election to his seat in April 2013. He said he wanted to let everyone know of his decision well before the filing period begins for candidate petitions Nov. 19. "I wanted to do it early so that someone can have the opportunity to run for office." Mouhelis has been on the City Council for 12 years and served in the U.S. Air Force for 30 years. "(I) wanted to be above board... It's easier to just let people know at this stage," he said. "I need time for myself and my family—12 years is a long time to be on (City) Council, and 30 years in the Air Force—…