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The candidates running under the Citizens for Glenview banner — Mary Cooper (left), Mike Jenny (center) and Chuck Gitles — each backed the board’s decision to delay the vote on whether to opt into Cook County's minimum wage and sick leave ordinances. Photo submitted
Independent Village Board candidate Benjamin Polony supports the board’s decision to postpone the vote but is urging trustees to opt into the ordinances due to overwhelming support from residents. Photo submitted
The three candidates running as the Better Government in Glenview Party — Tom Greenhaw (left), Dia Morgan (center) and Cathy Wilson — said they were "disappointed" by the decision to postpone the vote until Jan. 15. Photo submitted
Jason Addy, Editor
3:19 pm CST January 9, 2019
After the Glenview Village Board postponed a vote Thursday, Jan. 3, on whether to opt adopt Cook County’s minimum wage, all seven candidates seeking a seat on the board in the upcoming April 2 municipal election shared their thoughts on the board’s decision.