Keith L. Lott
March 29, 2011 7:02PM
Office sought: Commissioner Chicago Heights Park District Ward 3
Name: Keith L. Lott
Address: 1314 Lincoln Ave.
Date of birth: 10-26-1966
Web site: integrityparty2011.com
Occupation, employer: Bloom Township
Please list all sources of income: Bloom Township
Please list any relatives, including in-laws, who are employed by a government agency at the federal, state or local levels. What are their job titles and with what agency are they employed? None
What other elected offices have you sought? What year? Commissioner 2007,2003
Have you ever been arrested or charged with a crime? If so, for what? What was the disposition? No
Do you have any criminal convictions on your record? If so, for what? What was your sentence? No
Political (elected or significant appointment) experience: Commissioner CHPD Ward 3
In your view, what are the two most important issues facing your constituents? How would you address those issues? Unemployment and Safety. We can begin by continuing to provide safety patrol officers in the park, and seek employments opportunities through poet, and put Illinois to work.
Please explain something significant you would like to accomplish within the next two years if you are elected to the office to which you aspire.
Please explain how you believe the office you’re seeking can help in creating local jobs.
Participate in many county, state, and federal programs that offer summer employment to our youth, and working families including poet and put Illinois to work.
Do you believe the current way Illinois pays for education is working? If so, why? If not, why not? What would you change?
Would you make any changes to the budget of the governing unit to which you are seeking elected office? If so, what? Lowering taxes due to unallocated funds expected in the amount of over $400,000.
Are there any other issues you want to bring to the public’s attention? If so, what?
Police and fire concerns by hiring the required amount of firemen to meet state standards, and creating a policing agenda that puts officers in high crime areas.