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Caucus Council

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2015 Caucus Interest Form.

Caucus Calendar


2014 WCC Calendar Nov-Dec revised.pdf


Our calendar will be updated throughout the year as additional meetings and communications are planned.


Caucus Executive Committee:

September 15, Community House @ 7pm

October 20, Community House @ 7pm

November 17, Community House @ 7pm

December 15, Community House @ 7pm

2014 Annual Winnetka Caucus Survey

The Survey is now closed. Thank you for everyone who completed the 2014 Annual Winnetka Caucus Survey.

The Caucus Council are now reviewing the responses and a the summary of the results and be seen by clicking the following link 2014_Caucus_Survey_Results_-_Summary. The response rate this year was 15% higher than 2013 and 2012.

2014 Winnetka Caucus Council Slated Nominees & planks

The following candidates were endorsed at the Fall Town Hall meeting on Nov.10, 2014 and will be the Caucus Slate for the Spring 2015 Election.

Winnetka Village Council Trustees District 36 School Board Winnetka-Northfield Public Library Board Winnetka Park District Board
Andrew B. Cripe Kristen Hertel Raheela Gill Anwar Arthur [Mickey] Archambault
William N. Krucks Matt Hulsizer Brian Johnson Ian Larkin
Scott Myers Dawn Livingston Keta McCarthy John Peterson
  Jennifer Pehlke Lois Neustadt (Northfield) John T. Thomas

 Village Council: President None

2014_WCC_Nominees Biographies

The Following platforms were approved at the Nov 10, 2014 Town Hall Meeting

Village Plank #1
The Caucus recommends that the Village Council provide additional opportunities for public input into the storm water plan.

Village Plank #2
The Caucus recommends that the Village Council continue to study the revitalization of Winnetka's commercial districts, specifically:
  • Streamline permitting and approval process for new businesses and create a contact position to guide business owners through the process.
  • Based on the 2014 Caucus Survey 57.9% of respondents either disagreed or had no opinion on changing the height/density codes in locations near Metrastations so no change is recommended.
  • There was no clear consensus from respondents regarding the redevelopment of the existing Post Office site therefore additional education and community involvement is needed before a direction is made regarding this very important community property.