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Appointment to the Mosquito Abatement District

Monday, October 31, 2005
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Chicago, Illinois. October 31, 2005. Cook County Commissioner Larry Suffredin (13th District) is pleased to announce that the County Board approved three new appointments to the North Shore Mosquito Abatement District (NSMAD) at the October 18, 2005 Board meeting.  President John H. Stroger, Jr. appointed the three. 

Mr. Nelson Howard, a writer from New Trier Township and the Village of Wilmette, was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Ms. Evelyn Raden, for a term to being immediately and expire on December 1, 2006. 


Ms. Carol L. Blustein, a teacher from Northfield Township and the Village of Northbrook, was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Ms. Hellena K. Chrones, for a term to being immediately and expire on December 1, 2006.


Mr. John M. Zbesko, a financial advisor from Evanston Township and the City of Evanston, was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Mr. Don Israel, for a term to begin immediately and expire on December 1, 2006.


They join current board members Mr. Otto Cesario and Mr. William Zimmer.   The three fill vacancies that have existed for over four years.  Commissioner Suffredin said, “I am pleased to have such talented people accept these positions.  I look forward to the new NSMAD board members protecting the health of the area.”


The resumes of the new appointees are attached.  Mr. Howard, Ms. Blustein, and Mr. Zbesko will be sworn in at the next North Shore Mosquito Abatement District meeting scheduled for November 5, 2005 at the NSMAD headquarters in Northfield.


The North Shore Mosquito Abatement District serves the communities of Evanston, Skokie, Glencoe, Lincolnwood, Glenview, Morton Grove, Wilmette, Golf, Northfield, Northbrook, Winnetka, and Niles east of

Harlem Avenue

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