Ronda S. Goldman has sent out an introductory letter in her campaign to gain a seat on the Huntley Village Board:
“I am announcing my candidacy for trustee of the Village of Huntley.
“I love where I live and I want to ensure that the structure and organization of our local government continue to deliver the quality services our residents have been receiving.
“I believe in the three principles of leadership:
- effective communication,
- mutual cooperation, and
- reasonable compromise.
“I have followed these three C’s in my career and organizational involvement.
“Presently, I am
- a member of Huntley’s Zoning Board of Appeals,
- Vice-President of the Huntley Civilian Police Academy,
- Vice-President of the Huntley Historical Society,
- a member of the Huntley Chamber of Commerce,
- member of Sun City’s Lions Club,
- Sun City’s Marketing Committee,
- Sun City’s Life Long Learning Committee, and
- also take classes at MCC.
“I sat on School District 158′s Financial Advisory Committee until this fall when the committee was dissolved.
“I retired six years ago from the Chicago Public School System as the High School Special Education Administrator on the northside where I supervised 500 teachers and 5000 students.
“I re-retired two years ago from a consulting position.
“All of these activities demonstrate a diversity and familiarity with Huntley’s governance and the community as well as leadership positions.
“There are four areas I intend to concentrate on when elected April 9th:
- Maintain fiscal conservatism as a responsibility to Huntley’s residents
- Work with the Village to bring expanded commercial, retail, housing, and job growth
- Effect a balance tween new development and historic preservation
- Liaison with local counties, townships, the Chamber, and other organizations
“I invite everyone to stop by my booth at the Huntley Chamber Expo on Saturday, February 23rd and Sunday, February 24th to meet me.”
Ronda S. Goldman
“A New Voice For Huntley”
1st on the ballot