Morton Grove Library Board Challengers Launch Website
Three weeks before the most contentious local election in recent memory, the Morton Grove coalition known as B-PAC has launched its fully operational and informative new web site.
- (1888PressRelease) March 16, 2011 - Morton Grove's voters can now go to newly launched website; www.b-pac.org to find biographical information about the B-PAC candidates, their 19 point position paper on important issues including the facts on how they plan to make the Morton Grove Public Library modern, technologically savvy, handicapped accessible, and fiscally responsible.
"Voters already know that we oppose the building of a new library building. We have said to everyone that constructing an expensive and expansive new building is irresponsible in these tough economic times." said Mark Albers, one of the four B-PAC candidates. "B-PAC.org will answer any questions voters have about us and how B-PAC plans to move this Library into the future." further stated Mr. Albers.
Catherine Peters is the "P" in B-PAC. She says of the website, "It is exciting to be able to provide all of the information that the voter needs here at www.b-pac.org. If anyone goes to our web site and still has a question about where we stand on any library issue, they can call us at 773-599-BPAC or e-mail us, and we will get back to them immediately with the answer."
In addition to information about the candidates, users can find the polling places listed, along with a sample ballot for the library race. Voters will also have access to a multimedia presentation featuring an endorsement by Chicago Radio Legend Clark Weber who spoke at the Morton Grove Public Library this past fall.
B-PAC has issued and invitation to everyone concerned with this race to visit B-PAC.org before they cast their vote; either during the current early voting period of March 14-31 or Election Day on April 5, 2011.
B-PAC clearly states they are not affiliated with any political party. It is made up of four people, Paul Berg, Catherine Peters, Mark Albers and Dr. David Calimag, and is named for the first letters of their last names. B-Pac' s stated beliefs are Books, People, Accountability and Credibility make up the ideas behind a good library and B-PAC also means that Better People Are Coming.
CONTACT 773-599-BPAC (2722) or betterpeoplearecoming ( @ ) gmail dot com for more information about B-PAC, their candidates or the election for Morton Grove Library Board Trustees.
- Mark Albers
- 6630 West Davis Street
Morton Grove, IL 60053
- Voice: 773-599-2722
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