BACOG Welcomes Back The Village Of Deer Park

The Talk in 60010
May 29, 2018

BACOG is very happy to announce that the Village of Deer Park has recently re-joined BACOG and is once again a member of the organization. 

The Village of Deer Park was one of the founding members of BACOG in April 1970.  The organization was formed to collaboratively respond to developmental and environmental pressures affecting communities in the greater Barrington area. BACOG is a voluntary association of elected officials that currently represents seven villages and two townships. BACOG’s current members are:  

  • Villages of Barrington
  • Barrington Hills
  • Deer Park
  • Lake Barrington
  • North Barrington
  • South Barrington
  • Tower Lakes
  • Townships of Barrington and Cuba

BACOG welcomed Trustee Greg Rusteberg to the May 22nd  Executive Board meeting where he signed the intergovernmental agreement along with the Executive Board Chairman, David Parro, President of Tower Lakes.  Rusteberg expressed that the Village of Deer Park is “very happy to once again be a member of the BACOG community and looks forward to all of the work we will do together.”   The Village of Deer Park supports many of the same core common interests as BACOG, which makes their membership to the organization so significant. As David Parro, President of Tower Lakes stated, “We are linked by common values and shared interests in many different ways; developmental planning, legislation, and environmental protection for our communities. BACOG is proud to announce the Village of Deer Park has re-joined our organization.”  

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