Suburban Mayors Honor Cicero’s Larry Dominick for Public Service

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The West Central Municipal Conference (WCMC) presented Cicero Town President Larry Dominick with one of its most prestigious public service awards at a formal banquet on Friday, May 8th. Nearly 500 people attended the banquet at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center hosted by the WCMC which represents 44 public and government entities in the West suburban Chicagoland region. Also honored at the event were Cook County Commissioner and McCook Mayor Jeffrey Tobolski, and Lyons Village President Christopher Getty who was elected the organizations’ new president. “I am proud to receive this honor from the West Central Municipal Conference. This organization provides enormous support to the communities in the West Suburbs and is a voice for advocating for the needs of our residents and taxpayers. I’m proud to be here and will continue to serve my constituents expanding services during these times of tight budgets for our youth, our families and especially our senior citizens who have worked so hard to support their communities,” said Dominick. Elected President of the Town of Cicero in 2005, Dominick has transformed the community significantly, increasing services to youth, families and seniors, while also hiring more professional Fire and Police officers.

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[Photo1 attached: President Larry Dominick (center) displays award from West Central Municipal Conference with his sons Brian (left) and Derek (right)]

[Photo 2 attached: State Sen. Steven Landek, Town President Larry Dominick and Municipal Attorney Michael Del Galdo.]

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