The Village of Shiloh is an Illinois municipality operating under the President–Board of Trustees form of government. The President (Mayor) and 6 Trustees are elected at-large in non-partisan elections. They serve four-year terms. Trustees' terms are staggered, so only three will be elected every two years. The Village Board acts as the policy-making body for the Village government, and the Mayor serves as the Chief Administrative Officer.
Numerous private residents also participate by serving on committees and commissions to review issues of interest to the community. These residents make recommendations to Village officials and are considered an important part of the governmental process.
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