Michael F. Carroll

Michael F. Carroll is an American politician (Democrat) and attorney from Orland Park, Illinois. He currently serves as a trustee on the Orland Park Board of Trustees.
Carroll went to high school at Carl Sandburg High School in Orland Park and graduated in 1981. He attended Northern Illinois University for his undergraduate education. He later received his law degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago in 1995.
In April 2017, Carroll was inducted into The John Marshall Law School "Hall of Distinction", an honorarium that recognizing graduates from the law school who have become judges or elected officials. After leaving the police department, he went to work as an attorney at a criminal defense firm, working his way up to a partner.
Political career
In 2013, Carroll ran for public office, seeking a term on the school board of the Orland School District 135. He won the election and served until 2015.
In 2015, he ran for trustee of the Village of Orland Park.
Politically, he serves as a committeeman for the Democratic Party in Orland Park, occupying the committeeman seat once held by former mayor Dan McLaughlin.
Over 100 angry residents crowded the village hall during the debate and vote. Many residents at the meeting "said they were deeply disturbed that the issue was brought up so quickly and without public discussion, and that the salary change should be made by the voters."
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