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On the Fourth of July at 9:30 am at Naperville’s Carillon on Rotary Hill, a number of community leaders will gather to promote public safety. This event is hosted by Safe DuPage and will celebrate our law enforcement and public safety personnel for the work that they do. This should be a perfect way to…Read More
All Residents Deserve to Feel Safe These have been very tumultuous times throughout the United States, including in DuPage County and the cities that comprise District 5. After the horrific murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, protests and civil unrest have been witnessed from coast to coast. Naperville and Aurora were both affected by protests…Read More
On May 12th, Kevin Coyne moderated an event hosted by Safe DuPage aimed at helping those impacted by the COVID-19 virus. The panelists discussed numerous resources available to those in need. This successful event was covered by NCTV. Click HERE to see the NCTV coverage . A full video of the event can be found…Read More
I hope this newsletter finds you well and that your family is staying safe during these unprecedented times. This newsletter will share links to COVID-19 information which we hope you will find useful. The links are taken with focus on cities from around District 5. In addition, let’s do what we can to help our…Read More
Across our country, communities are struggling to deal with the spreading of Coronavirus. There have been mass cancellations of events and gatherings. Learn more about the virus by watching this short video produced by John Hopkins University.Read More
I am unopposed in the March 17th Republican primary election, however, I do want to remind you that you can vote early! Early primary voting started on Monday, March 2nd and you can vote on your schedule at various locations. You can find DuPage County’s primary voting information, locations, and times at www.dupageco.org/earlyvoting. If you…Read More
Save the Date: Our first public safety discussion will be held in Lisle at 10 a.m. on Saturday, February 29 at Benedictine University. Our tremendous panel will include: DuPage County States Attorney Bob Berlin, State Representative Grant Wehrli, Lisle Mayor Chris Pecak, DuPage County Judge Jim McCluskey, and Lisle Village Trustee Marie Hasse. Our discussion…Read More
Naperville Aurora Leaders Network to Discuss Local Economy and Job Market Monday, February 17 6 pm – 8 pm Granite City – Naperville JOIN NALN for its next networking event! NALN will have excellent guest speakers discuss local job opportunities, the job market, and our local economy. Speakers will include the Executive Director of the…Read More