Todd Stroger Named New Robbins Village Administrator by Mayor-Elect Bryant (Robbins, IL) – According to a press release sent to The Southland Journal this afternoon, Robbins Mayor-Elect Darren E. Bryant has announced Todd Stroger as his selection for Village Administrator.
Bryant knocked out incumbent Tyrone Ward in the recent election. Ward has served 2 terms as mayor of Robbins, but his administration has come under scrutiny as of late with citizens questioning the management of funds. The Southland Journal is currently suing the Village of Robbins for FOIA violations.
For many, the election of Bryant, a local high school teacher, is a breath of fresh air. “We need someone new in office here in Robbins,” said a local citizen. “Robbins is an amazing community but has been ransacked by the previous administrations. Hopefully, Bryant is the right person to turn this city around and make it great.”
“I believe the people of Robbins deserve to be safe at home, in school, and throughout their community,” said Bryant. “Our students deserve to receive a stellar education from passionate educators. Their parents deserve equitable career opportunities that reflect their valuable tax and time contributions, and the citizens should be led by a government that is results-driven, accountable, and sensitive to the needs of its citizens. I look forward to working with Mr. Stroger in delivering a service that the people of Robbins deserve.”
Todd Stroger, son of the late John Stroger, served as Alderman for the 8th ward as well as Cook County Board President. He said, “I am excited and honored to have to opportunity to put my years of experience in government to good use in helping Mayor-Elect Bryant chart a new path forward for the Village of Robbins.”
With election results having been certified by the Cook County Clerk’s office, Mayor-Elect Bryant will take his seat next month.
Todd Stroger Named New Robbins Village Administrator by Mayor-Elect Bryant