Larry Chorosevic for Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen
Chorosevic is one of two candidates seeking a seat in Ward IV.
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Lawrence James Chorosevic, 64, 10829 Forest Path Dr.
Occupation: Webster University Adjunct Faculty Full Professor (Business/Management Department) for 15 years; retired from Federal Government Internal Revenue Service in 2004 after 30 years
Education: St. Louis Community College AA in Business Administration (1974), SE Missouri State University AA in Computer Science and BS in Accounting (1975), Webster University Masters in Management (1985).
Family: Wife, Diane; children, James Lawrence Chorsevic (attended Vianney and Webster University) and Larrie Jamie Chorosevic Zabel (attended Cor Jesu and Webster University)
Please provide a brief summary of your background, highlighting community involvement: Honorable Discharge from the U.S. Coast Guard (1967-1971), Commander of AMVETS Post 156, Webster University adjunct professor
Please provide a brief summary of your reasons for running: I am seeking the office of Alderman Ward 4 because the residents needs someone who is more responsive, honest and accountable to all of the residents. My goal is to provide a better focus on the needs and the will of all the residents of Ward 4 and our City.
What do you currently see as the biggest issue facing the City of Sunset Hills? The equal use and sharing of tax infrastructure funds, especially those concerning road improvements and road safety. My main focus is on honest, fair and open representation government for the City of Sunset Hills, with improved community safety, enrichment, and growth for Ward 4 and our fine City.
In what area does the city need to improve? Road safety in an effort to improve street size and flow, better lighting, improved signage, and safe road repairs for all areas in Sunset Hills.
Are you satisfied with the way the city has been operating? No, and that is why I’m running for Alderman of Ward 4. I’m not a politician. I’m an activist and want to be a voice for the people.
Assume you win the election. What single thing do you want to accomplish during your time on the board? For the city board to be more open and honest, doing what’s best for the community without back room hidden agendas! You must be a representative of the people not just a puppet. Vote for issues based on fair and honest reasons.