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District 3 Welcomes New Councilman
Mayor Jim Schwantz is pleased to announce Matt Trembley as the new District 3 Councilman. Trembley takes over the remaining term for Jim Clegg, who resigned after relocating his residence out of Palatine, and will serve on the Village Council until May 2015.
“My intent is to serve honorably in completing the existing term and assist in a smooth transition to the next elected District 3 Councilman,” Trembley said, adding that he feels this is a unique opportunity to serve the residents of Palatine for the next six months.
Trembley has been a Palatine resident for 15 years and has been an insurance agent in town for 30 years. He is also an active member of the Palatine Chamber of Commerce, serves as Concessions Chairperson for the Palatine High School Booster Club, and has been a travel baseball coach for Palatine Youth Baseball and Palatine Baseball Association for many years.
Trembley will not seek the permanent District 3 seat in the upcoming election. You can visit Trembley's council page by clicking here
Village Services Continue During Renovation
Beginning Monday, September 29 residents seeking services at Village Hall should visit 150 W. Wilson Street (northeast corner of Wilson & Smith Streets, just south of the railroad tracks) until further notice while the current Village Hall undergoes extensive renovations. Village Hall hours will remain consistent (Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) , the phone number will remain the same (358-7500), and mail may continue to be sent to 200 E. Wood Street.
Moreover, starting in October, all Plan Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Village Council meetings will be held at Police Department Headquarters, 595 N. Hicks Road. A list of meeting dates, times, and agendas can be found by clicking here