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Metro West Council of Government is an association of municipalities serving a population of more than 750,000 in Kane, Kendall and DeKalb Counties of Illinois.  Metro West fosters regional cooperation to address regional issues including managing growth, transportation and water conservation and promoting sustainable economic development.  Metro West provides a united voice for municipalities and serves as their strong advocate.  The Council provides networking opportunities for area mayors and managers, which allow them to share ideas and address common issues.

 

 

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NEW 2017-2018 BOARD OF DIRECTORS installed

 

Metro West congratulates its newly installed Board of Directors!

President                  Steve Ward, President - Village of South Elgin
Vice President          
Sean Michels, President - Village of Sugar Grove 
Secretary                 
Steve Bosco, Administrator - Village of North Aurora (absent for the photo)
Treasurer                  
Dan DiSanto, Administrator - Village of Oswego
Immediate Past President    
                               
Matt Brolley, President - Village of Montgomery

 Municipal Representatives:
DeKalb County      Jerry Smith, Mayor - City of DeKalb (absent for the photo)
Kane County         Tim Schloneger, Administrator - Village of Algonquin
Kendall County     Gary Golinski, Mayor - United City of Yorkville

Past Presidents:
David Kaptain, Mayor of Elgin (At-Large); Stephan Pickett, President of Sleepy Hollow (At-Large).

 

 

Metrowestcog.org/photogallery.aspxSERVING MUNICIPALITIES IN KANE, DEKALB & KENDALL COUNTIES

 UPCOMING CALENDAR OF EVENTS: 

Next Metro West Board Meeting

The next MWCOG Board meeting will be held on Thursday, March 22nd at Blackstone Bar and Grill, 600 East Veterans Parkway, Yorkville. Networking will begin at 5:30 p.m. and the dinner meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m.  Open only to board members.

In April, due to the Drive Down dates the monthly board meeting will be held a week earlier than usual. We will meet on April 19th at the Highlands of Elgin-Grumpy Goat Tavern, 875 Sports Way, Elgin. Open only to board members.

Springield Drive Down

The 2018 Springfield Drive Down dates are April 25-26. On the 25th we will kick the event off with a Brunch during which we will receive a report by Metro West Lobbyist Steve Morrill of Morrill and Fiedler. Following that we will head to the Capital for appointments with legislators. IML is hosting a reception in the evening at the Abraham Lincoln Museum, which we encourage our members to attend. Our day on the 26th will begin with breakfast and then we make our way to our agency appointments. The agencies our group will be visiting are IDPH, IDOT, IEPA and IDNR. This event is open to all administrators, trustees/alderman, and staff of our member municipalities. You are responsible for making your own houing reservations.                             See attached registration form for additional details.

State of the Counties Luncheon

We will be hosting the State of the Counties Luncheon this year at Eagle Brook Country Club in Geneva. Kendall County Chairman Scott Gryder, Kane County Chairman Chris Lauzen, and DeKalb County Chairman Mark Pietrowski will provide updates on accomplishments of the last year, current challenges and colloborative work between the counties. The event will begin at 11:30 am with registration, followed by lunch and the program. Click her for registration form.

Legislative BBQ and Session Review

The date for this event is June 28th and it will be held at the Elburn Lions Community Park. 

Annual Golf Outing and Legislative Mixer

Mark your calendar for July 26th for this event! It will be held at TopGolf in Naperville. More information will be coming soon. 

 

 Click here to download our 2017 Form 990: Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax

 Click here for Pension Fairness for Illinois Communities Information

 

 

 

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