District 3 - Doug Myslinski
Doug Myslinski is the new District 3 Council member on the Palatine Village Council after the April 7 election. Doug succeeds Matt Trembley who was appointed to replace Jim Clegg in December 2014.
Doug graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Landscape Architecture. He currently works as a Senior Designer for a golf course design firm. His desire and passion to give back to the Palatine Community has resulted in him serving on the Board and acting President of the Pepper Tree Farms home owners association from ’03 to ’08. Pepper Tree Farms consists of 237 homes, a pool and a lake that serves as detention. He is also very involved in coaching with PAFA football for 6 years (and managing the equipment for nearly 500 kids), 8 years of PYB/S and 4 years of Palatine High School girls feeder basketball while also serving on the Board. This year he will assist coaching the PHS girls varsity golf team. Doug was named Volunteer of the Year in 2012 by the Palatine Park District for his efforts with PAFA. Doug was also appointed and served on the Palatine Plan Commission from 2010 until 2015.
Doug and his wife currently reside in Pepper Tree Farms of Palatine with their two children.
Entered Village Council: May, 2015
Current Term Expires: May, 2019
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District 3 Coucilman Doug Myslinski to host District Advisory Meeting - August 4th at 7 p.m.
The meeting will be held at the newly renovated Village Hall at 200 E. Wood Street. Councilman Myslinski will be joined by Senator Matt Murphy, Mayor Schwantz and Village staff. The meeting will cover an update on development activity, infrastructure projects, a look at our financial performance and a discussion of State of Illinois budgets. The evening will conclude with a tour of the renovated Village Hall.
All residents are welcome to attend.
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March 2 Village Council Presentation
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to view the presentation from the March 2 Village Council meeting regarding the State of Illinois Budget Impact on the Village of Palatine