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1st Ward Alderman
Meetings: 1st Ward meetings are held quarterly on the first Tuesday in March, June, September and December at the Evanston Public Library, 1703 Orrington Avenue from 7-9 p.m.
Judy has been an active participant in civic affairs for more than two decades. She has served the community in many capacities, including president of the Preservation League of Evanston, trustee of the Evanston Historical Society, founding board member of the Northeast Evanston Historic District Association, associate member of the Evanston Preservation Commission, co-editor of the City of Evanston's Preservation News, treasurer of the Frances Willard Historical Association, founding member of Friends of The Georgian, member of the Kendall College Task Force, and appointee to the Police Services Advisory Board. Judy has written on and spoken frequently to community groups, statewide organizations, developers and the Evanston City Council about zoning, land use and preservation issues that affect the city's residential neighborhoods.
From 1985 to 2005, she was a licensed Realtor in Chicago and the North Shore. Five generations of Judy's family have lived in Evanston and Wilmette. Like her mother and son, Judy attended Haven School. She and her husband, Jonathan, live in a landmark home that they restored.
Judy is co-owner of Fit + Frisky!--a retail pet supply store in downtown Evanston that reflects her longtime commitment to animal welfare, rescue and adoption efforts.
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Indoor Farmers' Market
From Page to Stage with Lifeline Theatre
Special Olympics District Basketball Meet
Chicago Cubs Trophy Tour
Administration and Public Works Committee Meeting
- Water Supply Agreement with Morton Grove, Niles on January 23 City Council Agenda
- See the Cubs World Series Trophy at the Morton Civic Center January 22
- From the Mayor: Evanston Electoral Board Decisions
- Federal Court Determines Evanston Claims in James Park Case Must Go Forward
- Senior Citizen Property Tax Reduction Applications Due February 8