Sunday, September 23, 2012
In addition to having general questions about the Village of Woodridge answered, residents will be able to register to vote at the event.
On Tuesday, October 9, the Village of Woodridge will hold a Town Meeting with a twist. Families and individuals are invited to an Open House that will feature table exhibits on various public services like Police, Fire, Public Works, Schools, Parks, Community Development, Finance, Library, and more. The event will be held at Bobak's Signature Events in Seven Bridges. Interactive displays and programs will make this a can't-miss event! Eligible individuals can register to vote with two form of ID. Light appetizers will be provided and kids' activity tables will be available. The event will take place 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. At 7 p.m. Mayor Murphy will introduce the 2012 Community Recognition Award recipients and share a brief update on what is…
Friday, October 7, 2011
Schweizer served as the board president for District 68 from 2007 to 2011 and was on the board since 1999.
Ann Schweizer, a long-time teacher who served on the District 68 Board of Education from 1999 to 2011, is the 2011 Woodridge Citizen of the Year. Mayor William F. Murphy announced her award at Thursday night's Town Meeting. Each year, the community is asked to submit nominations for citizen of the year and other awards. A committee determines the winner. Schweizer moved to Woodridge in 1988 with her family. They chose a home in part because Meadowview Elementary School was "in the backyard." “I thought that was so cool, and I’ve never regretted that,” she said. “That was the beginning of my interest in the school district.” Her three children went to school in District 68. Schweizer was elected to the board in 1999. She served as vice …
Monday, October 3, 2011
Check out what's going on in Woodridge this week, from the Chuck Ceja Classic Charity Golf Outing and a warehouse sale to the Woodridge Open House and Town Meeting.
1. Woodridge Open House and Town Meeting (Thursday) The open house starts at 5:30 p.m. Village departments will offer table exhibits. There will be light refreshments and a kids' activity table. The mayor will unveil the community award recipients at 7 p.m. 2. Learn how to supercoupon (Wednesday) Learn supercouponing secrets from Jill Cataldo, including how to use coupons and get the best deals possible at the grocery store, when to stock up on coupons and how to review store policies. 3. See a stage production of Phantom of the Opera at Cinemark (Wednesday, Thursday) Andrew Lloyd Webber and Cameron Mackintosh will present The Phantom of the Opera with broadcasts of the staged production in select U.S. theaters. 4. The Chuck Ceja Classic …
Monday, September 19, 2011
Child safety seat check, village board meeting and library program on Michelangelo.
1. Woodridge to hold open house, town meeting Come to Bobak's Signature Events on Oct. 6 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. for a Woodridge open house and hear from Mayor William F. Murphy at 7 p.m. 2. Library program on Michelangelo Monday Art Historian Michelle Mishur will discuss the sculptures of Michelangelo, processes and historical context of Michelangelo at the Woodridge Public Library at 7 p.m. on Monday. Registration is requested. 3. The Park District offering hayrides Ever wish you could take your organization, workplace or group of friends on a hayride? The Woodridge Park District is offering hayrides at Echo Point Park and Castaldo Park on Saturdays. You get a 30-minute hayride and then have hot dogs and s'mores. Pre-registration is …
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Check out what village residents said were their priorities and what the village board said.
Five priorities were determined by a community survey, which were addressed by Mayor William F. Murphy. Residents then further explored these priorities. Business Retention Financial Stewardship Government Accountability Public Safety Infrastructure Improvement The Board was asked to identify ten priorities they considered to be most significant to be achieved within the next one to three years. The Board then ranked these priorities. Here are the Board's top five priotities: