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ELMHURST- Chris Kachiroubas announced that he will seek another term as Circuit Court Clerk for DuPage County.

Over his tenure as Circuit Clerk, Kachiroubas along with his management team and staff have built the finest Clerk’s office in the state of Illinois. “The Supreme Court mandated E-filing for January 2018, DuPage County flipped the switch on mandatory electronic filing in January of 2016, two full years ahead of the rest of the state, Kachiroubas continued …we take our responsibility as the ‘keeper’ of the court’s record very seriously.”

The Circuit Clerk has developed an electronic case management system to manage the daily workload of processing court cases. Features include electronic filing, document imaging, computer generated court orders, plea and payment by mail, electronic debit withdrawals, and access to various web sites and many reporting features. Court information is available electronically to the public, police agencies, the legal community and other justice agencies. “The DuPage County Unified Court System is second to none in Court Management Systems, built over the last twenty-five years, it has been viewed and inspected by a majority of the counties in Illinois and a couple of countries.” said Kachiroubas.

“Additionally several other initiatives, such as On-line Orders of Protection, E-Tickets, Electronic arrest warrants and Electronic Signatures were developed in-house. Many of these projects along with others, have been shared with other counties, allowing for the advancement of the criminal justice system to become more effective and accessible to the public along with our partners in law enforcement and the court systems statewide” Kachiroubas said.  The electronic systems provide continuity for information, allowing different systems to access records in order to protect our community through information.

The Circuit Clerk’s office creates over 185,000 new cases every year, under thirty-nine different classifications. Small Claims, Chancery, Domestic Relations, Felony, Law, Misdemeanor, Juvenile and Traffic are just a few of these classifications. Traffic matters alone account for the largest number of cases filed every year, at approximately 120,000 per year. “There is a common misconception out there that the Circuit Clerk’s office is only about Judges and attorneys” Kachiroubas said.  “A very large part of the end – users of our office are the non-lawyer citizens, they want to pay their speeding ticket, get their license and get on with their lives. We emphasize accuracy along with speed with regard to consumer services.”

“We have come a long way but there is so much more to do and that is why I am running again.”  In May 2019, Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was present at a swearing- in of an Associate Judge in DuPage County. In his remarks, he said “ …as the judicial system goes …so goes society” Kachiroubas continued “ in my part as Circuit Clerk I want to continue to excel in our contribution to the excellence of our regional judicial system and thereby, in some way contribute to the good of society.”

Chris Kachiroubas has served as President of the Illinois Association of Circuit Clerks and President of Illinois Association of County Officials and has been appointed to several committees by the Illinois Supreme Court. Chris and his wife Laura along with their three children live in Elmhurst.


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Christopher Kain
Christopher KainTownship Assessor
Chris has served as Assessor since being appointed in 2004 and was elected in 2005. Chris has been responsible for the assessment of over 30,000 land parcels with a market value of over $11 billion. Chris continues to pursue legislation for an increase in the Residential Exemption for Homeowners (tax relief). Chris has also served as past President of the DuPage Assessors Association as well as the Illinois Assessors Association. He also currently serves on the Executive Board of the Township Officials of Illinois.
Dennis Reboletti
Dennis RebolettiAddison Township Supervisor
Dennis started with the Township in 1992 working part time in the Assessor’s office while attending grad school. In 2000 Dennis was appointed and then elected as a Township Trustee before becoming a State Representative and Floor Leader. Dennis is a lifelong Township Resident who lives in Elmhurst with his wife Michelle and their son Zachary. He is currently an attorney in private practice with his law office located in Addison.
Pamela Moretti
Pamela MorettiAddison Township Clerk
Pamela was elected to office as a Township Trustee in 1997. Shortly thereafter, in 1998, she was appointed to fill a vacancy for Addison Township Clerk and was elected in 2001, where she continues to serve. Pam initiated In-Person Absentee Voting at the township office. She also implemented the acceptance of Passport Applications for citizen convenience and income for the Township Treasury. She resides with her husband Larry and two children in Addison.
Donald Holod
Donald Holod Highway Commissioner
Don was appointed as an Addison Township Trustee in late 2008, where he has served the residents ever since. Don has spent several years developing an in-depth understanding of the budgeting and operations of the Highway Department, working closely with current Commissioner Rich Kaske. Don is a former Operations Manager and runs his own business as a licensed Radon Measurement Technician. He and his family reside in Addison where they have lived for the past 28 years.
Diana Kosmach
Diana KosmachAddison Township Trustee
Diana is a longtime resident of DuPage County. She attended Glenbard North High School in Carol Stream and currently has resided in Wood Dale for over 21years, prior to that she resided in Addison and Bloomingdale. She is a stay at home mother of three and for the last nine years is a part time employee of the Wood Dale Police Department where she trained for and was certified as a member of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). She has also served as Republican Precinct Committeeman for over five years and is active in many Civic and School Functions.
Matthew Lozich
Matthew Lozich Addison Township Trustee
Matt is an attorney for US Cellular and has lived in Wood Dale for the past 14 years with his wife Julie and three children. Matt is a graduate of Eastern Illinois University and Chicago Kent College of Law. He was appointed to the Township Board in 2007. Matt and his family are members of the St. Peter the Apostle Church in Itasca where he serves as a member of the Knights of Columbus. He is also the past President of the Royal Oaks Homeowners Association in Wood Dale.
Konstantinos ‘Gus’ Leventis
Konstantinos ‘Gus’ LeventisAddison Township Trustee
Gus has been a lifelong resident of Addison where he attended Addison Trail High School followed by the College of DuPage. Presently employed as an electrician, he is also a member of IBEW Local #134. He was appointed Addison Township Trustee in 2006. Gus also serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Stratford Trails Homeowners Association and is Vice President of the New Samian Society.
Mark Nowak
Mark Nowak Addison Township Trustee
Mark Nowak has been a resident of DuPage County for 39 years. He graduated from Elmhurst College where he obtained a Bachelors Degree in Marketing and another Degree in Economics. Prior to being appointed as an Addison Township Trustee he was elected to the College of DuPage Board of Trustees from 2003-2009 and served as the Vice Chairman for 2 years. He resides with his wife Kathleen in Addison and is presently employed at Behavioral Education and Treatment as a Facility Director.