Friday, April 5, 2013
Some Winnetka Caucus Council members shared their views.
As members of the 2012 Caucus Council, we are writing to express our support for Chris Rintz for Village President. *Chris' decades of experience with community revitalization, finance, funding, government regulations, environmental issues, and engineering provide him with an outstanding skill set for managing crucial Village issues such as storm water management. *Chris is dedicated to supporting our property values by updating Winnetka's commercial areas; providing a safer, more modern power distribution system; and encouraging well-designed, quality new homes that are in keeping with the their surroundings. *Chris has the vision necessary to move our community ahead in a positive manner. As Chris has stated, he is “….committed to …
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
The League of Women Voters' Winnetka Village President candidate forum between Chris Rintz and Gene Greable has been cancelled because Greable has declined to participate.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
Christopher Rintz, who’s running against the Caucus-slated Gene Greable, received an anonymous note promising to spread embarrassing information against him if he decides to run for Village President in Winnetka.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Christopher Rintz, who’s running against the Caucus-slated Gene Greable, received an anonymous note promising to spread embarrassing information against him if he decides to run for village president in Winnetka.
An independent candidate for village president in Winnetka told the Chicago Tribune that he received an anonymous note threatening to spread embarrassing personal information if he decides to run in the April 9 elections. Christopher Rintz, who’s running against the Caucus-slated Gene Greable for the Village President seat, says the note included an article about a Glenview boy who died while playing in a construction site on a property that belonged to Rintz’s development company, New England Builders; information on a failed deal related to the company; and the words, “If you think it’s bad what was done to Pat Livney, wait til you see what is said about you … We hope you appreciate the enclosed materials and good luck,” the Tribune …
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Winnetka Caucus Council's Communications Co-Chair Julie Caucus Zimmerman reminds Winnetka residents that applications are due Wed. Sept. 28.
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Updated on Sept. 22: The deadline for applications has been extended from Friday Sept. 23 to Wed. Sept. 28. Three seats on the Winnetka Village Council will be open next April, as two-term Trustees Gene Greable, Bill Johnson and Chris Rintz retire. The Winnetka Caucus is currently accepting applications from residents who are interested in being considered for nomination for the Council member positions. The Application deadline is Wed. Sept. 28. Earlier: Letter to the Editor, Caucus Survey Reminder Given the number of important issues facing the village, the next council will have a significant impact on the community’s future. What sort of qualifications is the Caucus seeking in a candidate? Ideally, candidates have some type of …