Government

The Village operates under a trustee form of government. This includes the Mayor, Clerk and six Trustees who are all elected at-large for four year terms.  At-large means Trustees do not represent a specific area of the Town, but represent the interests of all residents.  The Treasurer and Clerk are appointed annually by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the Village Board.

Mailing Address:
Village of Millington
200 Grant Street
Millington, IL  60537

President & Board

PRESIDENT / MAYOR

Doug Holley
P.O. Box 193
Cell:  630-625-3140


 TRUSTEES / BOARD MEMBERS

 

Pat Aloisio
P.O. Box 253
815-695-5364

 

Beverly Casey
P.O. Box 224
630-346-3931

 

Brian Kehoe
P.O. Box 386
630-770-8358

 

Bradley R.  Pekoc
P.O. Box 206
815-695-5124

 

Yvonne Roller
P.O. Box 221
815-695-1017

 

Mike Smith
P.O. Box 218
779-999-6030

 


TREASURER

 Sandy White

815-498-4261

 


CLERK

 Lenee Kissel

815-695-5358

 


BUILDING INSPECTOR

 Ron Rithaler

630-553-3197

Local Elections

Run for Local Office


Update:

Election petitions for the April 2021 Consolidated Election will be accepted at the Village Hall, 206 Walnut Street, on the following dates: 

Monday, December 14th, 2020 from 9-10 am. 
Friday, December 18, 2020 from 4-5pm. 

All information must be presented, including a filed, statement of economic interest.


Attention Village of Millington Residents:

Beginning September 22, 2020, candidates may begin circulating petitions to run in the April 6, 2021 elections. For this coming election, there are 3, 4-year trustee positions available. If you are interested in running, please contact the Village Clerk, Lenee Kissel, at 815-695-5358 or Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and she will arrange to get the petition/election information to you. Otherwise, it will be available at the October 12th regularly scheduled board meeting.

Consider becoming a part of the government of your Village!!

Additional information about running for municipal office:

PLEASE NOTE: VILLAGE STAFF CANNOT PROVIDE LEGAL ADVICE CONCERNING REQUIREMENTS REGARDING PETITIONS, OR OTHER CANDIDACY ISSUES.

This information is provided as a public service and is intended as a general guide only, and does not constitute legal advice. The Illinois State Board of Elections recommend that all prospective candidates consult with legal counsel when preparing their nomination papers and prior to filing. For further information on requirements, please visit the Illinois State Board of Elections website, www.elections.il.gov