The window for candidates to file petitions for local municipal, school board, park and library board offices throughout the county will be open until 5 p.m. Monday ahead of the April 2 consolidated election.
Seven people filed for four open spots on the DeKalb School District 428 Board, DeKalb County Deputy Clerk Lynne Kunde said. Incumbent Fred Davis, Stephen Irving, Jeromy Olson, Samantha McDavid, Sarah Moses, December Richardson and David Seymour have filed.
Amy Doll, executive director for the DeKalb Park District, said only Gail Krmenec, who will go up for a six-year term, filed for a park board position.
Carolyn Morris, after a run for DeKalb County Clerk and Recorder last month, filed papers for the 1st Ward seat Monday afternoon. Incumbent Anthony Faivre filed for the 7th Ward, while incumbent Kate Noreiko and Scott McAdams filed for the 5th Ward. Former city clerk and alderman Steve Kapitan and Joel French filed for the 3rd Ward.
Sycamore City Clerk Mary Kalk said there have been no new filings since Monday, when incumbent Chuck Stowe filed for the 2nd Ward alderman position and incumbent Nancy Copple filed for the 3rd Ward. One seat for each of the city’s four wards is up for election.
Kunde said there have been no new filings for the Sycamore School District 427 Board, as well, since Monday, when incumbents Kristen Wrenn and Julenne Davey, whose terms end in April, have filed for the positions. There are three open positions on the board. Board Vice President Steve Nelson’s term also is up in April.
Dan Gibble, executive director of the Sycamore Park District, said three people have filed for the three open seats for the board of commissioners. The three people who have filed are incumbent President William Kroeger, incumbent Daryl Graves and Benjamin Doty.