We are concerned residents in a densely populated community, full of essential workers, in the Chicagoland area, namely the Village of Stone Park. Our sole interest is to have our emergency services reinstated in our municipality, especially during a pandemic. So how did we get here? How do emergency services get removed from a densely populated community with a high percentage of essential workers during a pandemic? Good questions and questions many ask yet there's no "clear" answer. On April 15, 2020 at the near beginning of the pandemic, the Mayor and the Village Board decommissioned the fire department of over 70 years and contracted out the services. At a time when emergency services are needed most, during a pandemic! The Village of Stone Park claims budgetary constraints, yet the "Timeline" tells another story. Go our website, click on the dates on the "Timeline" to view the information and then you decide.
Thank you for taking time to review the facts. During these uncertain times, its at the very least, important to have peace of mind knowing that the place you decided to call home has their emergency services in place. In place and ready to go when you need them, as they had been for the last 70 plus years. Join us by TAKING ACTION! VOTE “YES”!
FUNDS RAISED WILL GO TOWARDS INFORMING STONE PARK VOTERS TO VOTE YES TO REINSTATE THE FIRE DEPARTMENT THROUGH SIGNAGE AND PRINTED MATERIALS