Dominic Misasi has lived in Hodgkins for the past 15 years. Dominic and his wife, Dolores have 3 children and 7 grandchildren. Dominic was appointed by President Cummings to the Hodgkins Civil Service Commission in 2012 and also serves as the Co-Leader of the Hodgkins-McCook Aging Well Team.
Dominic is retired from the Air Conditioning, Heating, and Sheet Metal industry. He ran his own heating and air conditioning company in Wisconsin. He served on the Board of Directors and as President of the Sheet Metal Contractors of Wisconsin. Prior to retiring he worked as a mechanical contractor estimator.
He has served as President of, and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Manufactured Homeowners Association of Countryside/Hodgkins.
In 1989, UPS purchased the real estate that was formerly the abandoned Fisher Body division of General Motors, but not before reaching an agreement with the Village which included many benefits to the Village. By the time UPS’ Consolidation Hub becomes operational, it will have invested approximately $279,110,000 in the Village, and bring approximately 2,100 jobs to the area during its first year of operation.