Frank Napolitano and other U46 School Board candidates discuss the issues and answer questions at the first of three candidate forums. http://www.highschoolcube.com/event/citizens-advisory-council-boe-candidates-forum-307160
The Daily Herald endorsed Frank Napolitano for U46 School Board "his goal is to improve the school district for all stakeholders."
Napolitano said the board of education needs a common sense voice to support fiscal responsibility and improve the education results.
My thoughts on safety and security at the public schools. http://blog.franknapolitano.com/2012/12/28/safety-and-security-at-our-schools.aspx
Your tax dollars, do you know how they are spending them? http://blog.franknapolitano.com/2012/11/29/they-are-your-tax-dollars-do-you-know-how-they-are-spending-them.aspx
U46 School Board needs common sense conservatives. http://blog.franknapolitano.com/2012/11/25/u46-school-board-needs-common-sense-conservatives.aspx
Bartlett Village Trustee, Frank Napolitano, running for U-46 school board. "Someone needs to ask some basic questions to make sure items being purchased, agreements being made, contracts entered into and policies being set are done so with your best interests in mind," he said. http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20121126/news/711269772/
The village board agreed to put a municipal electric aggregation referendum on the April 9 ballot with a 5-1 vote Tuesday. Trustee Dennis Nolan was absent. Trustee Frank Napolitano, who has openly expressed his opposition to electric aggregation in the past, voted no. "I still don't believe this is the role of government," he said. http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20121120/news/711209618/
Frank Napolitano, a trustee with the Village of Bartlett, has been outspoken about electricity aggregation. “I don’t think it is really a place where the government should be,” he said. “I don’t think a village or municipality of any sort should be selecting an energy provider for its residents.” "I still don't believe this is the role of government," he said. Frank Napolitano, a trustee with the Village of Bartlett, has been outspoken about electricity aggregation. “I don’t think it is really a place where the government should be,” he said. “I don’t think a village or municipality of any sort should be selecting an energy provider for its residents.”
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“I don’t think this is a good use of taxpayer dollars,” he said. “If a business wants to come in here, I don’t think we need to give them $93,000 to get them here.” Trustee Napolitano said about Two Toots $93,000 tax payer sponsored subsidy.