When: Tue., July 28, 6 p.m. 2009
An entrepreneur, veteran, and dedicated reform minded public servant, Todd Connor is highly qualified to serve the Chicago area on the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District board of commissioners. The MWRD is a nine-member board whose responsibilities include protecting the water quality of the greater Chicago area and controlling storm water management across Cook County. With an MBA from the University of Chicago, a resume including work with the Illinois Inspector General, and Booz Allen Hamilton, Todd brings a wealth of experience to this race. His business experience is especially pertinent to the MWRD that spends $1.6 Billion annually. “The citizens of Cook County are tired of the politics-as-usual that has plagued our government for years, and are calling out for qualified, competent leadership,” Todd said. “I will bring a progressive, reform minded vision to the MWRD, and be the first in line of newly elected officials dedicated to reforming government.” Minibar.