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Fundraiser scheduled for September 26 at Park Ridge at 1 p.m.
Cristina Nonato, who is running for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, is hosting a fundraiser on September 26 at 1130 N. Northwest Highway in Parkridge. Tickets cost $ 75 each with sponsorships available for $ 500, $ 1,000 and $ 2,500.
Nonato would be the first Filipino American in the region to hold a Cook County public office.
Cristina Nonato worked for the Cook County Circuit Court for 12 years. She made her way up to management. During this time, she met many people and found her inspiration to work for the MWRD.
From making sure people have food to helping people get tested and vaccinated. She has always been involved in helping communities with diverse backgrounds. She has proven to be a woman of action, integrity and leadership.
She intends to hire the best engineer and scientist to reduce flooding in low income communities. Its main goal is safe and clean water for our well-being and health.
Being the commissioner of the MWRD makes you responsible for how the water is recycled. It also makes you responsible for controlling bacteria in the water. One of Cristina’s main priorities is to make sure that water is safe for us and our environment. In the past, monitoring and record keeping have been poor. This leads to not analyzing the poor performance of our equipment. Cristina plans to hire the best engineers and scientists under her supervision to maintain our water harvesting. Vote for Cristina, a Filipino Woman of Action.
Approval of the International Pentecostal Assemblies Fellowship, 283 E. 14e St. (Lincoln Hwy.) In Chicago Heights.
Chief Apostle Dr William. McCoy wrote:
“At the IPA Fellowship, we endorse Christina Nonato’s candidacy for the Metropolitan Water Harvesting District Board of Directors. Christina’s main priority is to make sure that the water is safe for us to use and that it is safe for the environment. Christina believes maintaining key infrastructure at water treatment plants, pumping stations, improving water aeration and reservoirs will help Illinois lead the way in recovery. Resource. Christina hopes to transform the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District into a public service of the future by providing reliable service to our communities.
“IPA Fellowship Network is a conglomerate of various churches in surrounding communities and various denominations dedicated to serving people by providing them with spiritual enrichment, professional skill development and employment opportunities. Christina has been an active volunteer for the IPA Fellowship Network helping the community since 2010. Christina has proven to be a woman of balance, action, integrity and leadership. Vote for Christina Nonato, a Filipino Woman of Action.
For more information on Cristina Nonato’s candidacy for the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District, visit her campaign website at www.votenonato.com
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