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South Barrington, IL 60010


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We are your neighbors who, like you, moved here to enjoy a peaceful and active rural lifestyle free from burdensome local regulations and oversight.


We value our community, celebrate it, and act to protect it in every way. We will continue to preserve our open spaces and 5-acre minimum zoning.


We will continue to work with area leaders to halt encroachment and development in and around Barrington Hills.


We will continue to save money, reduce taxes, and make our government more efficient.

We thank you for the honor and privilege of serving you, our friends and neighbors, and ask once again for your vote and support.

Election Day is April 2nd. Early Voting starts March 18th.


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Brian is a business owner in commercial snowplowing and an expert in the asphalt/paving industry.


Brian is excited to be running again for Barrington Hills Village Trustee.  Barrington Hills has paved more roads in his 4 years as Road/Bridges Chairman than any other previous trustee has accomplished.  He takes each issue to heart, hears resident’s feedback and weighs in on the facts before making any decision.

He is interested in maintaining the 5-acre minimum zoning and preserving Open Space so Barrington Hills can continue with its unique traditions of conservation, open space, and equestrian pursuits.  It is important to Brian that Barrington Hills’ property values go up, while making the smart decisions that will help keep taxes down.  He wants outsiders to view Barrington Hills with the splendor that we who are lucky enough to live here do… star filled skies, open lands and tranquility. 

Brian grew up in Barrington. He attended Grove Avenue Elementary School, Barrington Station Middle School and graduated Barrington High School in 1984.  He married his wife Stephanie in 1994. The Cecola's have 3 children Mikala (22), Grant (20), and Tyler (14). The Cecola’s share their home and barns with 4 rescue cats, 1 rescued dog, 2 rescue horses and several ducks and chickens and goats!




Bryan is a real estate business owner and private investor with a strong financial background.


He is running for his second term as a Barrington Hills Trustee, where he serves as Finance Committee Chair. He has been responsible for reducing the property tax levy by 21% over the last four years.


Bryan is President of the Barrington Area Conservation Trust. He and his wife Josie are also members of both Second Set and the Barrington Play Readers Group.


They own horses in Arizona and are members of the Riding Club of Barrington Hills. Bryan has a BA in Environmental Science from the University of Virginia (‘93) and an MBA from Georgetown University (’98). He has managed large family properties in Arizona for twenty years and started his career as a hydrogeologist, providing him with knowledge of real estate and environmental matters that he draws upon as a trustee.


Bryan and Josie both grew up in Barrington Hills and attended BHS (‘89). They live on Donlea Road with their three children, Courtney (9), William (7), and Evelyn (5).




Debra is a business owner and practices law in the areas of taxation; business transactions and planning. A Barrington High School graduate, she received her Juris Doctor from Chicago-Kent College of Law in 1986. She received her Certificate as a Certified Public Accountant from the University of Illinois in 1985 and a Bachelor of Science with a Major in Accounting from the University of Arizona in 1983.

Debra has been able to apply her knowledge and experience in the areas of land use and zoning while serving as a current member of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Village of Barrington Hills since 2015. As an advocate for open space, she is committed to protecting the minimum five acre zoning and maintaining the current zoning limitations preventing commercial and high-density development.

In the greater Barrington area she has witnessed many of the riding trails that she enjoyed as a child be replaced with housing developments, and believes that protecting the five-acre zoning and natural resources in Barrington Hills should be one of the highest priorities.

Debra is a member of the Audubon Society and believes that the open space that Barrington Hills provides is critical in promoting healthy wildlife and a beneficial environment for all of its residents.