I have had the privilege of working with Nikki Bogart for the past eight years, first during her tenure as a Vermilion County Board member, and the past several years in her current position as financial resources director for Vermilion County.
I also have the honor of calling her my friend and that’s why I am confident Nikki is the right choice for Vermilion County recorder of deeds.
Nikki has had many years of experience with county government and understands what it means to balance a budget, decrease expenditures and increase revenue. Each year she has spent untold hours working with office holders, department heads, county board members and taxpayers to ensure that Vermilion County turns out a budget that we can be proud of, all during a time of extreme financial burden.
She knows what it means to be a Public servant and will dedicate herself to building on the strong foundation set by past recorders.
She will continue to look for ways to better serve the residents of Vermilion County, while conserving taxpayer dollars, as she has done for several years.
Her administrative experience both in the public and private sector will serve the Recorder’s office well.
If you want an officeholder that will “Put Vermilion County first,” every day, then please join me in voting for Nikki Bogart for our Vermilion County recorder of deeds on Nov. 6.
- Letters to the Editor
- Advocate will be missed Editor: We at Community Blood Services of Illinois are saddened by the recent death of Patricia Black, a wonderful and dedicated employee who was known to a generation of local blood donors. Pat was a tireless advocate for the Danville Elks Blood Ban
- Social workers earn praise Editor: March was National Social Work month. The 2014 theme was "All People Matter." I personally want to say "thank you" to the social workers. I am a registered nurse and have worked in many different health care settings from acute hospital care
- Neighborhood going downhill Editor: Home owners and the few good rentals of southeast Danville are concerned about Fair Oaks in their neighborhood. Well, wake up people. Unless you have been in a coma or frozen for the past five years or more, these kinds of people and many wor
- Cut the fat first Editor: Yes, the taxpayers understand the budget needs to be balanced. I would like to know why every time Danville faces a budget problem it's always the fire department that is considerred for cuts. It's never the police, street department or high-
- Farming and mining 'progress' Farming and mining 'progress' Editor: In an advertisement in the Sidell Reporter, Sunrise Coal "salutes the dedication and hard work of the American Farmer," and is "proud to be part of Vermilion County Progress." Farming and coal mining have no "pr
- Voting change will be costly Voting change will be costly Editor: The primary election is over and we need to thank everyone for the part they played in bringing out the Republican vote, particularly the "new Republicans," encouraged by phone calls from the Illinois Education As
- No Headline Provided Stop the violence Editor: What is going on in our community nowadays? What happened to the peace that was once put in place and the respect toward one another? I know we're living in a difficult time where jobs are scarce for those who do not have th
- Goodbye to a dear friend Editor: Once again Heartland Fair has lost another member of its family with the passing of Dianna Marcott. It was just last year that Dianna's husband, Larry, also passed this life. We will always remember the last time we talked to Dianna. It was j
- Coal dust is no minor concern Coal dust is no minor concern Editor: If you thought the prospect of a coal mine in southwest Vermilion County meant a few inconveniences for the locals, think again. Residents of the Homer-Fairmount-Sidell-Allerton area will be exposed to levels of
- Submit Your Letter!
- More Letters to the Editor Headlines