Milton Township S.A.L.T. Council
SENIORS & LAW ENFORCEMENT TOGETHER (S.A.L.T)
The purpose of the Milton Township S.A.L.T. Council is to determine and meet the needs of senior citizens by reducing crime and abuse and enhancing safety through communication in cooperation with the Township, law enforcement, and other community agencies and organizations.
The S.A.L.T. Council meets every second Monday of the month at 10:00am at the Glen Ellyn Police Department (65 S. Park Blvd, Glen Ellyn). Meetings typically last around one hour and cover a variety of topics important to seniors. If the Monday is a holiday, the meeting will be held on Tuesday. No meetings in August.
S.A.L.T. Council Members
Chuck Smith, Council Chairman
Arnie Shifrin, Director of Communications
Laura Schwardt, Milton Township Deputy Clerk
Emmy Lemezis, Milton Township Programs Director
Officer Alisson Ramirez, Glen Ellyn Police Department
Officers Jill Uhlir, Wheaton Police Department
Officer Terri Albright, DuPage County Sheriff’s Department
Officer Carol Cadle, Carol Stream Police Department
Carl Voda, Warrenville Fire Department
Kathleen Drouin, Metropolitan Family Services
Wheaton, Lombard, and Glen Ellyn Fire Departments
The S.A.L.T. 2023 SENIOR AUTO INSPECTION
A special event offered by S.A.L.T. each year is the Senior’s Auto Inspection. This annual October event helps our seniors better prepare their cars for winter. This year 79 volunteers consisting of mechanics, High School youth service league, Boy Scouts, police officers, Milton Township Board members, SALT Council, local service representatives and others made this year a great success. Through the combined efforts of these volunteers, we were able to service a record of 118 cars! Tire pressures were checked and filled, engine fluids were checked and filled and all batteries were tested. Each senior received a 40 point inspection report!
Check upcoming issues of The S.A.L.T. Communicator for this event in 2024!
The S.A.L.T. Communicator
Each monthly meeting features a special guest speaker. Past speakers include representatives from AgeGuide, DuPage County Community services, NW Mobile Stroke Unit, and DuPage Senior Citizens Council. Past speakers and topics from our monthly meetings can be reviewed in the quarterly newsletter “The Communicator” which reaches more than 14,000 seniors in Milton Township. See archived issues of “The Communicator” below: