Background: The Lansing Journal made efforts to contact all candidates in the April 4 Municipal Election to gather information to share with Lansing voters. Using a “candidate info form,” we asked the same questions of each local office seeker. Answers were prepared and submitted by the candidates. We will be sharing the info race by race in a series of “Voter Guide” posts.
LANSING, Ill. (March 16, 2023) – The Thornton Fractional Trustees of Schools provide consolidated financial services for school districts, ostensibly to reduce operating costs and maximize interest earnings through pooled funds investing.
Thornton Fractional Trustee of Schools – one six-year term
Note: The Lansing Journal received information from James Adduci, who is running as a write-in candidate to retain the seat he accepted after one of the former trustees passed away. Adduci is a retired lawyer and college administrator who has lived in Lansing 53 years and is running for a six-year term. “I understand how important education is to improve the quality of life of our community,” he wrote in the form he completed. “I will continue to protect assets of our schools, keeping our schools on the path to greatness. WRITE IN JAMES ADDUCI.”
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