Village of Lisle Mayor-Elect Chris Pecak Seeks Residents for Boards and Commissions
LISLE, IL – Village of Lisle Mayor-elect Chris Pecak is currently looking for residents interested in sitting on one of the many boards, commissions and committees. These positions offer exciting opportunities to support the community and help shape policy on a variety of topics, from special events to economic development.
“Residents who donate their time and talent are contributing to the spirit of volunteerism within the community, making Lisle a better place to live and work.” said Mayor-elect Chris Pecak. “Joining a board or commission is a great way to meet new people, get involved, while providing essential support to the Village.”
Advisory board members are generally appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the Village Board. Terms of appointment are set by ordinance, and depending on the appointment, they are either 2-year or 3-year commitments.
In recommending appointments to the Board, the Mayor takes into consideration qualifications relative to a given advisory body. Members receive no compensation for their service.
Interested residents are encouraged to submit a letter of interest and qualifications by Monday, April 24, 2017 to CPecak@villageoflisle.org. You will be contacted to set up a brief interview with the Mayor-elect.
Village of Lisle Advisory Boards & Commissions include:
- Board of Fire and Police Commissioners
- Economic Development Commission
- Planning and Zoning Commission
- Police Pension Fund Board
- Special Events Committee
- Flood Information Committee
- Technology Commission
- Transportation Commission
- West Suburban Mass Transit District (WSMTD)