Lisa Stone is a candidate
for Village of Buffalo Grove Trustee
in the April 7, 2009 election.
At the campaign rally (l to r): David Stolman, Buffalo Grove Mayor Elliott Hartstein, Lisa Stone, Brian Rubin.
Lisa was endorsed by the Daily Herald on March 19:
Lisa spearheaded the effort that led to the enactment of Buffalo Grove's safety ordinance requiring tighter restrictions on pit bulls and rottweilers. (See video below.)
Lisa was instrumental in having a STOP sign erected at a dangerous corner when everyone said it could not be done.
Lisa spoke up about harmful pesticide spraying in our community and did not stop until action was taken.
We need a mother on the Village Board, who has raised, and is raising, her children in the community.
Lisa spearheaded a blood/platelet drive for a friend in serious need.
Lisa spoke up about noise pollution and did not stop until action was taken.
We need a Trustee who will work cooperatively, and as a partner with adjoining communities, with the Buffalo Grove Park District, and with the School Districts for the common good of our community, for the common good of our residents.
We need a person who will listen to the residents of the community.
We need a person who will watch the Village budget in these tough economic times, and not further burden the taxpayers.
"Since it often seems people seek political office driven by their own ambition, it's both uncommon and refreshing when a person such as Lisa Stone enters the public arena. She is a person of genuine character, and driven not by ambition, but by a simple desire to make a difference in her hometown. As an advocate for controlling vicious dogs, Lisa made a great difference in our community, and our city is a safer place due to her efforts. You could not find a more caring and passionate person to represent you, and I look forward to hearing news of the great things she does for Buffalo Grove."
City Council, Sioux City, IA
Graphics Design developed by Mike Finkelman @ www.paramarkinc.com
Early voting for the April 7, 2009
election is from March 16, 2009
through April 2, 2009.
Wheeling Township Building
1616 N. Arlington Heights Road
Arlington Heights, IL
Call: (847) 259-7730
Vernon Township Building
3050 N. Main Street
Buffalo Grove, IL
Call: (847) 634-4600
A donation of $25, $50, $100 (or more!) will bring positive change to Buffalo Grove, and you'll be part of it.
A copy of our report filed with the County Clerk will be available for purchase from the County Clerk, 69 W. Washington Street, 5th Floor, Chicago, Illinois 60602 (Cook County); 18 N. County Street, Waukegan, Illinois 60085 (Lake County)
Buffalo Grove Mayor
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