Candidates from County Board District 9 bring decades of skills
DeKALB – Three candidates with a combined 22 years of experience on the DeKalb County Board will contend for two seats in District 9.
Democrat incumbents Paul Stoddard and Julia Fauci seek another term while Republican challenger Samuel-Louis Bandy Jr. hopes to return to the board after previously serving from 1986 to 1992. District 9 is located in DeKalb and runs east of Sycamore Road toward the intersection of Peace and County Farm roads. It extends south from Bethany Road toward East Lincoln Highway.
Bandy, a security consultant and former NIU police officer, said he wants to return to the board in part to help limit its scope. He said he would propose reducing members’ compensation for attending meetings to $1 and possibly suggest eliminating the existing board structure in favor of a monthly meeting of township supervisors.
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