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Make Cook County More Efficient

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Make Cook County More Efficient 

In these difficult economic times, innovative thinking is more important than ever. Cook County government is facing significant challenges. Cook County must address a 21% budget gap for the remaining three quarters of FY2011. Fresh thinking is needed to help solve this budget crisis and put Cook County on a sustainable path.


County Board President Toni Preckwinkle wants your ideas on how to build Cook County into the best-run county government in the country.


IMAGE: Man with chalk arrows coming out of his head - TEXT: We need your images to make Cook County more efficient.As citizens, you have firsthand knowledge of how government in Cook County works, and the ways in which it doesn’t. President Toni Preckwinkle has made an unwavering commitment to open, honest and efficient government that provides higher quality services at lower costs.


Your ideas, in combination with our own commitments laid out in the transition report, can help transform County government.


The County is looking for your innovative, high impact ideas that will create greater fiscal responsibility, increase transparency and accountability, improve services, and make the County into an innovative leader.


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118 North Clark Room 537
Chicago, Illinois 60602

Telephone: (312) 603-6400
Fax: (312) 603-4397
TDD: (312) 603-5255

Toni Preckwinkle - President, Cook County Board

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