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Joe Werner, the former mayor of Mokena, bid farewell at the Monday Village Board meeting, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Retired Will County Sheriff's Office deputy announced his candidacy for Will County Sheriff in the March 2014 primary. Deputy Chief Paul Kaupas, of New Lenox Township, is planning a formal announcement to run later this month.
Elections, Public Safety
The top headlines in Mokena Patch this past week concerned the election and a drug bust that had all the elements of a would-be movie.
Find out who will sit on the Mokena Board of Trustees, Mokena District 159 and Summit Hill District 161 boards of education, and Frankfort Township departments. The vote totals become official on April 30
It was clear early in the evening that it was a Republican sweep for Frankfort Township officials.
Four out of six seats on the Summit Hill School D161 Board of Education are newcomers.
A tight race kept candidates on the edge throughout the night. As the final votes came in, the incumbents swept the Village Board race.
The Will County Clerk's website reveals the details of early votes cast for the 2013 April Consolidated Elections.
Two Candidates in two Will County townships make trustee candidacy a family affair.
Cory Singer replaces Ed Ronkowski as the chairperson for the Frankfort Township Republicans.
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