Several Naperville School and Park District candidates have started filing paperwork for the April 7 ballot.
Terry Fielden, current Vice President of District 203’s school board, signed up to continue his run. His seat, as well as Mike Jaensch and Suzyn Price’s are up for re-election.
Over in Indian Prairie Unit District 204, Lori Price, Mark Rising and Justin Karubas, whose seats are all up for re-election, are putting their names back on the ballot.
The Naperville Park District board has three available seats and commissioners currently serving for the park district, Rich Janor and Marie Todd, signed up for re-election and will go up against Jim Ensign, a Computer Consultant and Melvin Kim, Grants and Research Coordinator for DuPage County.
The filing period began on December 15 and will run through December 22.
And at their latest meeting, the Park Board approved their 2015 budget, for just over $55 million. Most of that will go toward park maintenance initiatives, the new activity center, and Knoch Knolls Nature Center.
Also approved was the 2014 tax levy ordinance, which totals about $19 million.
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