Village of Florida Mayor Jim Pawliczek wrote the following in his column that was published in the Jan. 4 issue:
The Village Elections are approaching. This year there are two Trustee positions up for election. Each position is for a two year term. Petitions can be picked up at Village Hall now through Tues., Feb. 7 is the first day to file a signed petition and Fri., Feb. 17 is the last day to file. The Village Board is comprised of a Mayor and four Trustees. Their jobs are to oversee the Village, listen to the complaints and recommendations of the homeowners, to pass the laws that govern our Village, attend meetings, and various other jobs. For those of us who have served previously and presently, there is the satisfaction that you get when you go out and about the Village and see the progress that has been made. Come to the Board meetings and see what this is all about. You may decide that you may want to become part of it.
Village Elections will be on Tues., Mar. 21 from 12 noon until 9 p.m. at the Senior Center. If you are not registered to vote, and would like to, Fri., Mar. 10 is the last day you can register with the Board of Election for the Village Elections.