Winnetka Caucus posted its 16-page platform on Sunday for residents' review, after an Oct. 27 meeting. Take a look of the PDF in the Patch media uploader.
Residents are encouraged to attend the annual Town Meeting on Nov. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at The Skokie School Auditorium to vote on the Caucus platform. On Tuesday, Nov. 8 at the Washburne School's Little Theatre, the Caucus hosts a forum for the three proposed candidates for village trustee will talk with the public at 7:45 p.m.
This year's platform includes four main planks of governance:
- Parks District
- Village of Winnetka
- Library District
- School District
Below is a small sampling of the media stories on the 2011 Caucus platform. Feel free to add more in the comments.
Winnetka Caucus Response Hits Five-Year High
A breakdown of the numbers in voter responses for the Caucus.
Caucus Announces Proposed Platform and Three Village Candidates
Naming of the Caucus' suggestions for village trustees and planks
Caucus survey shows ‘unambiguous’ opposition to affordable housing
Reaction from local actors in the affordable housing debate, on the recommendation by the Caucus for the village to withdraw its proposal.
Caucus selects trustee candidates, including son of WHOA leader
"The son of one of Winnetka’s loudest opponents of affordable housing is tentatively slated by the Winnetka Caucus as one of its three candidates for village trustee," writes John P. Huston.
Caucus platform to be reviewed Thursday
Further elaboration on stormwater suggestions and Caucus voting results.