Archive for April, 2009

Village Board Meeting

Friday, April 24th, 2009

Just a reminder that the next Village Board meeting is Monday, April 27th, at the Village Hall, 7800 S Archer Rd. The meeting starts at 7:30 pm. We hope to see you there!

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Thank you Justice

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009

The Village Voice Party and our candidates would like to
thank the residents of Justice for their support during the
election on April 7th.  We appreciate the time, effort and support
that you gave to us.  We heard your many ideas and concerns and will
carry those with us as we move forward in the future.  We plan to remain an
active part of our community and have many exciting ideas to unveil in the
months ahead. We will continue to work hard for the residents of Justice
and endeavor to make this a better place for us all to live.

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From our residents

Thursday, April 2nd, 2009

I’ve lived in this community for 14 years and Southwest Chicago land my entire life.

 

     I am a ‘return’ member to the Village Voice Party (the original “grass-roots” party name) now that Mr. Wasowicz and his allies have moved to form another party.   I believe in the integrity of the founders of the VVP and once again feel comfortable attending party meetings and expressing my opinion.  As a Registered Nurse, I am very much appreciative of the professionalism the current members of the VVP exhibit.

I see the shift of Mayor Wasowicz and his new party as “the Blood” and the core group of the Village Voice Party as “the Heart”.   As an RN with a great deal of experience in cardiovascular nursing, I know that blood is useless without the heart to pump it.

    

Each new member to the Village Voice from our community, since the hemorrhaging of Mayor Wasowicz’s group from the core, has been like a unit of blood transfusing new life into the Party.  Thus our heart remains strong!”

                                                                                             Sincerely,

                                                                                              Rita Campana

                                                                                              (avid voter)

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