CL Park District Seeks Input

Arriving along with a modicum of election mail was a small post card from the Crystal Lake Park District.

The “Community Notice” announced two meetings:

  • Monday, November 21st from 7-9 at Park Place, 406 W. Woodstock Street
  • December 17th from 9-11 at the Rotary Building at Veterans Acres

“There is no better opportunity to make a difference for Crystal Lake parks and recreation!

“We appreciate your support and participation!”

writes Executive Director Jason Herbster.

The message on the post card is below:

The community meetings notice from the Crystal Lake Park District.

The community meetings notice from the Crystal Lake Park District.


Comments

CL Park District Seeks Input — 5 Comments

  1. Looks like CL wants to go on a spending spree.

    Because of the unusually high ‘Equalization Factor’ assigned to McH County townships this year, these is the illusion that our real estate values are rising, signalling ‘prosperity’ returning.

    In my opinion, we have continued to fall/stagnate (at least western County) and the huge equalization factor (+8% here) reflects how far behind the rest of the State of Illinois (and thus how far behind America at large) our property values are lagging.

  2. Jason Herbster

    2015 – $137,991 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2014 – $119,377 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2013 – $116,133 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2012 – $112,894 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2011 – $109,750 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2010 – $064,269 – Crystal Lake Park District
    2010 – $034,130 – Glenview Park District
    2009 – $082,050 – Glenview Park District
    2008 – $074,281 – Glenview Park District
    2007 – $070,066 – Glenview Park District
    2006 – $057,338 – Glenview Park District
    2005 – $057,811 – Glenview Park District
    2004 – $051,053 – Glenview Park District
    2003 – $046,224 – Glenview Park District
    2002 – $045,532 – Glenview Park District
    2001 – $025,224 – Glenview Park District
    2001 – $022,327 – Schaumburg Park District
    2000 – $040,960 – Schaumburg Park District

    source: Open the Books Widget

  3. Just mow the grass and keep the facilities clean and properly maintained,

    it’s as simple as that.

  4. Please attend and let the CLPD board know your feelings, lets make sure that resident voices are heard and not just a few voices of the board members.

    Parks are number one on my list, not the programs that are running.

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