Boards, Committees and Commissions

The following is a current list of Boards, Committees and Commissions. Click here for Public Meetings, Agendas and Minutes.

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Village Board of Trustees


Village Board of Trustees meetings are held the first and third Thursdays of the month at 7:30 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room. Board members serve four-year terms.
  • Village President: Keith Giagnorio (2021)
  • Village Clerk: Sharon Kuderna (2021)
  • Trustee District 1 Dan Whittington (2021)
  • Trustee District 2 Mike Fugiel (2019)
  • Trustee District 3 Reid Foltyniewicz (2021)
  • Trustee District 4 Bill Johnston (2019)
  • Trustee District 5 Robyn Pike (2019)
  • Trustee District 6 William Ware (2021)

Board of Building Appeals


The Board of Building appeals hears cases in which there is a disagreement with the Village's interpretation of the Building Codes and reviews proposed changes in the Village Building codes. These meetings are held upon call at Village Hall. Board members serve three-year terms.
  • Bob Muller (2019)
  • Maurice Bernardi (2019)
  • Marty Igoe (2019)
  • Stephen Flint (2019)
  • John Cullen (2019)
  • Staff Liaison: Building Official Keith Steiskal 

Board of Fire and Police Commissioners


These meetings are held on the fourth Friday of the month at 7 a.m. in the Village Hall Board Room. Commissioners serve three-year terms. Rules and Regulations
  • Kyle Dolan (2019)
  • Ken Florey (2019)
  • Thomas Rachubinski (2018)

Board of Local Improvements


The Lombard Board of Local Improvements has as its sole responsibility the establishment, development and financial supervision of any local improvements which are partially or in whole paid by Special Assessment. These meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Board members serve two-year terms.
  • Village President Keith Giagnorio (2018)
  • Angel Diaz (2018)
  • Village Clerk Sharon Kuderna (2018)
  • Molly O'Toole (2018)
  • President of Board of Local Improvements, Trustee Bill Ware (2019)
  • Staff Liaison: Director of Public Works Carl Goldsmith
  • VACANCY

Committees


Lombard is home to passionate and involved residents who volunteer their time and expertise to serve on Village Committees. Throughout the year, there are at least nine active committees, consisting of more than 60 residents, attending more than 100 public meetings each year.  The hard work of these qualified resident volunteers, evaluating issues before they are presented to the Board, further contribute to the ability of our Village Board meetings to run at a high level of efficiency. 



Community Promotion and Tourism Committee 


The Community Promotion and Tourism oversees hotel/motel tax funding within the annual budget and oversees events or tourism overnight stays within the Village. The committee administers local tourism grant program funding requested by community organizations.  These meetings are held on the firstTuesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Village Hall.
  • Trustee Mike Fugiel, Chairperson (2021)
  • Trustee Bill Johnston,  Alternate Chairperson (2021)
  • Marguerite Micken (2019)
  • Phil Dahm (2019)
  • Jill Payne (2019)
  • Nancy Schukat (2019)
  • Joe Orsolini (2019)
  • Lori Solyom (2019)
  • Brad Hanewall (2019)
  • Beth Marchetti - DuPage Convention & Visitors Bureau
  • Todd Hiepler - Yorktown Merchants' Association
  • Yvonne Invergo, Lombard Area Chamber of Commerce 
  • General Managers of Lombard Hotels
  • Staff Liaison: Nicole Aranas, Assistant Village Manager

Community Relations Committee


The Community Relations Committee considers and makes recommendations to the Corporate Authorities regarding Social Services,Senior Citizens and Youth. The committee reviews, recommends and promote programs that recognize cultural diversity in the community. These meetings are held at 7 p.m. on the second Monday of each month. Committee members serve two-year terms.
  • Trustee Robyn Pike, Chairperson (2019)
  • Trustee Bill Ware, Alternate Chairperson (2021)
  • Ahmed Ali (2019)
  • Pamela Bedard (2019)
  • Jenelle Hardtke (2019)
  • Michael Ledonne (2019)
  • Anthony Pacilli (2019)
  • Gladys Piper (2019)
  • Sharon Vish (2019)
  • Barbara Ware (2019)
  • Staff Liaison: Avis Meade, Communications Coordinator

Economic and Community Development Committee


The Economic and Community Development Committee considers and makes recommendations to the Corporate Authorities regarding solid working relationships with the community, development, resources and grants, downtown redevelopment and Tax Increment Financing Districts. This committee meets on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in Village Hall. Committee members serve two-year terms.
  • Trustee Bill Johnston, Chairperson (2019)
  • Trustee Reid Foltyniewicz, Alternate Chairperson (2021)
  • Brian LaVaque (2019)
  • Chris Carter (2019)   
  • Dennis McNicholas (2019)
  • Garrick Nielsen (2019)
  • Markus Pitchford (2019)
  • Matthew Pike (2019) 
  • Paula Dillon (2019)
  • Alan Bennett (advisory member)
  • Staff Liaison: William Heniff, Director of Community Development

Finance and Administration Committee


The Finance and Administration Committee reviews, evaluates and makes recommendations to the corporate authorities on matters pertaining to the financial operation and financial reporting of the village regarding Expenditure Reports, Review of the Annual Budget, Monitoring of Revenues, Audit Procedures and Water and Sewer Service. The Finance and Administration Committee meets the fourth Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Committee members serve two-year terms.
  • Trustee Reid Foltyniewicz, Chairperson (2021)
  • Trustee Robyn Pike, Alternate Chairperson (2019)
  • Ambareen Ahmed (2019)
  • David Cain, Jr. (2019)
  • Mary Cation (2019)
  • Dan Hartweg (2019)
  • Mike Himmes (2019)
  • Jim Hogan (2019)
  • Randy King (2019)
  • Jay Tovian (2019)
  • Paul Chirchirillo: Advisory Member (2019)
  • Staff Liaison: Director of Finance Tim Sexton

Historic Preservation Commission


The Historic Preservation Commission has the authority to recommend the designation or rejection of sites having a special historical or community interest or value, thereby making the designation as a "landmark site" or "landmark district", based on the character, interest, or value as part of the development, heritage, or cultural characteristics of the village, the architectural significance and/or archaeological importance. This committee meets quarterly on the third Tuesday of January/April/July/October at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall.

  • Brigitte O'Brien (2021)
  • Rita Schneider (2019)
  • Eileen Mueller (2019)
  • Lyn Myers (2021)
  • Marcy Novak (2019)
  • Patricia Poskocil (2021)
  • Tom Fetters (2019)
  • Jennifer Henaghan (2021)
  • Stephanie Zabela (2019)  
  • Bob Wardzala (2021)
  • VACANCY
  • Staff Liaison: Planner I, Tami Urish

Lombard Pride Committee


The Lombard Pride Committee was created by the Village of Lombard in 2015 to support the Village Board in evaluating potential future community festivals and advising on other matters concerning special events within the Village. Following initial preparatory work, the Committee issued a Request for Proposals seeking special event proposals from local not-for-profit organizations. Despite some initial interest, no formal responses to the Village Request for Proposals were received. 

The Lombard Pride Committee has concluded its work on community festivals and special events and has prepared a Final Report & Recommendation which has been reviewed and accepted by the Village Board of Trustees. The Final Report & Recommendation details the past work of the Committee and identifies a number of recommendations moving forward for the Village.

  • Village President Keith Giagnorio, Chairperson (2021)
  • Village Clerk Sharon Kuderna, Alternate Chairperson (2021)
  • Ellen Bachner
  • Brittney Conway
  • Bob Difino
  • Jenelle Hardtke
  • Jeffrey Lenz
  • Melissa Schmitz
  • Dave Kundrot (Park District)
  • Yvonne Invergo (Chamber)
  • Dana Schiewe (Student)
  • Staff Liaisons: Scott Niehaus, Village Manager; Nicole Aranas, Assistant Village Manager

Plan Commission


The Plan Commission of the Village of Lombard has the following authority and duties: Review all applications for text or map amendments, review all applications for conditional uses, hold hearings thereon review all applications for companion variations made as a part of a petition for map amendment, annexation, conditional use, or plat application, hold hearings thereon, review all applications for site plan approval for planned developments, hold hearings thereon, report findings to the Board of Trustees and to approve or disapprove such petitions. Coordinate the enforcement of this ordinance with the Official Comprehensive Plan and its amendments. This group meets on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room. Commission members serve four-year terms.

  • Donald F. Ryan, Chairperson (2019)
  • Martin Burke (2019)
  • Stephen Flint (2019)
  • John Mrofcza (2021)
  • Ronald Olbrysh (2021)
  • Ruth Sweetser (2019)
  • VACANCY
  • Staff Liaison: Assistant Director of Community Development, Jennifer Ganser

Public Works and Environmental Concerns Committee


The Public Works and Environmental Concerns Committee considers and makes recommendations to the Corporate Authorities regarding Public Works standards and ordinances, and matters concerning health, and environmental quality concerns in the Village; plus street lighting, drainage, sewers, streets and sidewalks, forestry, subdivisions flood control and water meters issues. The Public Works and Environmental Concerns Committee meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Committee members serve two-year terms.

  • Trustee Bill Ware, Chairperson (2019)
  • Trustee Dan Whittington, Alternate Chairperson (2019)
  • David Arnold (2019)
  • Robert Bachner (2019)
  • Mark Dvorak (2019)
  • Joe Glazier, Jr. (2019)
  • Allen Hennig (2019)
  • John Kaforski (2019)
  • Mike Kuderna (2019)
  • Arthur Kuehl (2019)
  • Staff Liaisons: Carl Goldsmith, Director of Public Works 

Public Safety and Transportation Committee


The Public Safety and Transportation Committee is responsible for reviewing and reporting upon all methods and forms of transportation affecting the Village, including both public and private methods of transportation and regarding traffic and safety matters in the Village. They make recommendations regarding traffic and safety matters in the Village, the Traffic Code and Traffic Studies. The Committee also reviews and makes recommendations regarding complaints about traffic and/or parking issues. This group meets on the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. at Village Hall. Committee members serve two-year terms.

  • Trustee Dan Whittington, Chairperson (2021)
  • Trustee Mike Fugiel, Alternate Chairperson (2021)
  • Gary Cation (2019)
  • Bob Corbino (2019)
  • Mike Corso (2019)
  • John Larkin (2019)
  • John Mullins (2019)
  • Jennifer Perkins (2019)
  • Jerry Schaefer (2019)
  • John Schwarz (2019)
  • Staff Liaison: Civil Engineer Matthew Lew

Zoning Board of Appeals


The Lombard Zoning Board of Appeals has the following authorities and duties: To hear appeals from any order, requirement, decision, or determination made by the Director of Community Development and prepare a recommendation to the Board of Trustees, to hear petitions for variations and prepare recommendations to the Village Board of Trustees. The ZBA meets on the fourth Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Village Hall Board Room. ZBA members serve a three-year term.

  • John DeFalco, Chairperson (2022)
  • Ed Bedard (2020)
  • Val Corrado (2020)
  • Mary Newman (2019)
  • Keith Tap (2022)
  • VACANCY
  • Staff Liaison: Assistant Director of Community Development, Jennifer Ganser

Liquor Commission


  • Robert Becvar
  • Anthony Stajsczak
  • Melissa Schmitz