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Village President Lalmalani is seeking Village Residents to apply to serve on the Firefighters Pension Fund Board and on the Hotel, Convention, & Visitors Committee.
There are two openings on the Firefighters Pension Fund Board. The five (5) member Board oversees the investments and claims relating to firefighter pension funds. The Board meets quarterly, beginning in February and on call as noticed in the Upper Level Conference Room of the Butler Government Center, 1200 Oak Brook Road. Pension trustees must complete a mandatory trustee certification training seminar that consists of at least 16 hours of instruction at a training facility that is accredited and affiliated with a State of Illinois certified college or university within the first year that a trustee is elected or appointed under Section 1-109.3 (a) of the Illinois Pension Code.
There is one opening on the Hotel, Convention and Visitors Committee is made up of eleven (11) members with terms that expire every February 28th of every year. The Committee consists of seven (7) persons who operate or manage a hotel or motel within the corporate limits of the Village, one (1) representative of Oakbrook Center, one (1) representative from the Chamber of Commerce, and two (2) residents-at-large of the Village.
If you are interested in serving on either the Firefighters Pension Fund Board or on the Hotel, Convention and Visitors Committee, please complete the application (link below) and return to the Office of the Village President, Village of Oak Brook, 1200 Oak Brook Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523
The Application can be found here: (PDF)
Copies of the application are also available at the Butler Government Center (Village Hall), 1200 Oak Brook Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523
The Village of Oak Brook believes it is important to encourage residents input and participation at many different levels of government. As a result, the Village has numerous boards and commissions to give residents an insight and a voice on important community issues. As vacancies occur, the Village is always looking for civic minded residents to participate in the decision making process of our community. The volunteer Board and Commission members provide a valuable service to the community and the Village Board of Trustees by conducting public hearings and researching the issues before making a final recommendation or decision. The recommendation, decisions and hard work of these boards and commissions can be seen every day throughout our community.