Naperville supervisor doubles down on transparency
Consolidation, collaboration and cost cutting remain top priorities for GOP candidate and incumbent Naperville Township Supervisor Rachel Ossyra, who recently recapped her commitment to transparency, accomplishments to date and future goals via social media.
"Transparent governance is very important to me, and I have made big improvements during my four years in office,” she stated on Facebook. “After taking office, I quickly brought the township in compliance with the Open Meetings Act by posting meeting agendas and minutes on time.”
Ossyra shared details of her administrative acumen, noting that she followed regulations and kept channels of communication open among municipal leaders, to prove her continued allegiance to the township’s growth.
“I created board meeting packets which were sent to all elected officials and posted on the public website at least 48 business hours before the meeting,” she said. “Last year I initiated video recording the regular board meetings, which are available on the Naperville Township website and a YouTube channel."
Promoting her party as “Your Naperville Township team for lower taxes,” Ossyra publicized her preference for voters to support her full slate of colleagues — Kerry Malm, Catherine Hanzelin, Daniel Porter and Kurt Dorr — as trustees in Feb. 28th’s primary election.
Ossyra recently upheld her three-part platform via social media, listing her pledges to implement a better service model, strengthen community collaboration for the benefit of residents, and continue to advocate for and ensure property tax reduction.
The supervisor reiterated her desire for clear communication on Facebook, noting that she and her board “will make protecting your tax dollar their top priority.”