Ray Neuckranz running for Alderman. 12 Apr 1975 The Daily Herald (Chicago, IL)
TLJC inc Saturday, April 12, 1975 Section I --5 Rohlwing-Hicks homeowners back Ray Neuckranz right be it we Raymond H. Neuckranz, Independent candidate for Rolling Meadows 1st Ward alderman, was endorsed Friday by the board of directors of the Rohlwing-Hicks Homeowners Assn. James McCormick, association president, said the board favors Neuckranz because it "believes he'll have better communications between the homeowners and the city council. Being recently annexed, we feel this communication is essential." McCormick cited Neuckranz's campaign, in which he vis- Easy race; only 3 seek 4 park seats Three candidates running for the Plum Grove Countryside Park District in Rolling ited every home in the subdivision, as I evidence of his interest. The association board also agrees with Neuckranz's positions opposing "annexation for the sake of annexation and (requiring) complete evaluation of finances and manpower before increasing any taxes," MÂ«Cormick said. He noted Neuckranz has said he would support annexations only of single-family home developments. McCormick predicted the association support would "assist Neuckranz hi being elected," recalling the subdivision produced a 69 per cent voter turnout in recent park board election. There are 50 homes in the Rohlwing Hicks area. Neuckranz also was endorsed by newly elected Salt Creek Park Board Comr. Thomas Menzel. Neuckranz endorsed Menzel in the park election held earlier this month. Neuckranz is trying to unseat. Incumbent Thomas W. Scanlan. Other 1st Ward independent candidates are-John Holfe and Bernard T. O'Connor.