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Campaign Update

Four persons have turned in their petitions to be candidates for the next mayor of Evanston: Barnaby Dinges, Jeanne Lindwall, Stuart Opdycke and Elizabeth Tisdahl. Two others, Matt Gleason and Simon Ribeiro, have also taken out mayoral-candidate packets, according to the City Clerk’s office. If all persons who have taken out packets for City or […]

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D65 Finance Committee Recommends Resolution of Intent to Issue $20 Million in Bonds

On Dec. 8, the Finance Committee of the District 65 School Board decided by a two-to-one vote to recommend that the Board adopt a resolution of intent to issue an additional $20 million in bonds to finance building projects and technology. Keith Terry and Mary Erickson voted in favor of making the recommendation. Mary Rita […]