If you don’t yet have a smart thermostat, now is the time to upgrade. Not only will it help you save energy (and money) when the temperature drops, but you can get a nice rebate. Click here for details. Thanks to the Environmental Law and Policy Center, my former employer, for their work on this program.
The City is seeking student and adult volunteers to serve on its Commissions. Applications and a list of Commissions are here. If you are interested in serving, now is the time to apply. Appointments are generally made towards the end of the year for terms beginning early in 2016.
Kim has a proven track record of leadership in our community. Prior to her election to City Council in 2013, she served on the Highland Park Transportation Commission, Advisory Committees of North Shore School District 112 and the Park District of Highland Park, and the Boards of Directors of Highland Park Community Nursery School and Day Care and the Active Transportation Alliance.
In addition, Kim has over 20 years of non-profit management and environmental experience. She currently serves on the National Advisory Board of the Union of Concerned Scientists and on the Board of Directors of Community Partners for Affordable Housing. Kim graduated from Middlebury College and received Masters degrees in Population Planning and Public Policy from the University of Michigan. A third generation Highland Park resident, Kim loves being an involved member of the community. She lives in Highland Park with her husband and children.
Any communication via this site is the personal opinion of Councilwoman Kim Stone and is not necessarily the stated opinion of the City.
The City Council has been seeking proposals for redevelopment of the theater property for several years, and is looking for your input. Five developers presented their proposals at an open meeting on September 21. Please share your feedback through the online survey before October 17. Results will be presented to the Council on October 26.