My name is Lane Cameron. I’m 62 years old and a life long resident of Park Forest. I have met and spoken with Mae Brandon. She is a good and wonderful person. I believe she loves Park Forest as much as I do and has the best interest of
Our problems won’t get solved by the experience of one person alone. Park
Mr. Vanderbilt’s views are focused not “scattered”. Saying he has “cozied up” to Realtors serves only to slant your article. I have rental property in the village. I’m all for village inspections as are the people I talk to. I have heard calls for changes to the policy but not for its elimination. There is a housing crisis in Park Forest. You can’t walk down any street without seeing an empty home. Many of which are in disrepair. To exclude the ideas of those intimately involved would be foolish and wrong-headed. Using words like “scattered” & “cozied” is pure mudslinging and has no place in our politics
Jon Vanderbilt is a man with
It looks like Enews is trying to elect a candidate in Mae Brandon. A fine person she is but in my opinion not who we need for mayor at this time. I’ve never heard her ideas on fixing the problems we fave ion the village. My candidate is Jon Vanderbilt. He understands the problems we face and has the ideas and the courage to face them head-on. I explained my views at length in a comment I left regarding
Editor’s Response: eNews Park Forest has a long tradition of making political endorsements and we reserve the right to do so. The fact that some might disagree with an endorsement is to be expected. Many agree. As Editor and Publisher, I reserve the right to dictate editorial policy in this publication.
That’s just simple editorial policy in the media.
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