‘In my last year,’ Pinchok lists his goals
I have been asked to write about what I would like to accomplish in my last year as an alderman. To do that, I’ll have to review some history.
In 2010, I read that the final piece of property had been purchased to complete McFee Park. It would be a 53-acre park with many new amenities. My wife and I enjoy the outdoors so much I decided that I wanted to be a part of the development of this park. I applied to be on the Parks and Athletics Council, and from 2011 to 2014, I was elected chairman of both the Parks and Athletics Council and the EDAC (Economic Development Advisory Council).