Elburn voters elected the first new village president in more than 12 years on Tuesday, Dave Anderson. Anderson defeated his opponent, Village Trustee Patricia Romke, 666 to 167.
Eighteen votes decided the race for village president of Maple Park. Kathleen Curtis edged out incumbent Ross Dueringer in a 176 to 158 vote.
Incumbent Sugar Grove Village President Sean Michels emerged the winner by a large margin on Tuesday, with 63 percent of the vote. Challenger Perry Clark received 34 percent of the vote.
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane county: Village President, Village Board and Elburn and Countryside Fire Protection District.
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane county: Village President, Village Board, Community House Board, Public Library Board (Six, Four and two-year terms), and Public Library Referendum.
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane and DeKalb counties: Village President, Village Board and Tex Referendum
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane and DeKalb counties: Kaneland School Board
The following unofficial results are courtesy of Kane county: Supervisor, Clerk, Assessor, Highway Commissioner, Township Board, and Road District Referendum.
Elburn voters will elect the first new Village President in more than 12 years on April 7.
Both candidates running for Sugar Grove village president have experience with village government. The challenger, Perry Clark, served on the Village Board for six-and-a-half years, and the incumbent, Sean Michels, has been the village president since 1999 and on the board since 1995.
Three incumbents and two contenders are running for three openings on the Kaneland School Board. The elected candidates will serve four-year terms.
Bob Bohler, Mary Heineman, Tom Renk, Joe Wolf, Rick Montalto, David Paluch
Two incumbents and two new candidates are running for three positions on the Kaneville Village Board. All of the candidates said they want to be involved in the decisions that will determine the future of the village of Kaneville and maintain its rural character and friendly environment.
There are three open positions on the Library Board. One candidate, Art Morrical, is running unopposed for the six-year term; three candidates are running for the two-year term; and two candidates are running for the four-year term.
With Virgil Township calling for a referendum to help repair and maintain its 30 miles of roads, it’s not surprising that the main issue on the minds of candidates for Township Board is how to get funding. Of the five candidates vying for four seats, four are incumbents.
Long has been the Kaneville Township Road Commissioner for 28 years, and said he is proud of the roads in Kaneville.