Steven Nalefski has announced his campaign for Ward 4 Alderman on the Bloomington City Council for the April 4 Consolidated Election.
Nalefski is a Bloomington resident and has worked in computer drafting for 30 years after graduating from the University of Illinois.
Nalefski’s priorities if elected alderman include fiscal responsibility, priority spending on infrastructure, lowering taxes, supporting law enforcement and public safety and listening and responding to Ward 4 residents’ concerns.
“I would be honored to serve the people of Ward 4 in Bloomington, home to my family for so many years. I want to give back to my community and I hope to earn the support of the voters in Ward 4,” Nalefski said in a press release.
Nalefski and his wife have lived in the same neighborhood for 33 years which is now included in Ward 4. He has served as a coach in PCSL soccer and American Junior baseball, as a Boy Scout leader and has been the McLean County representative for the route 66 Association of Illinois for seven years and was recently appointed to its Executive Committee.
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