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Monday, April 23, 2018
Grundy County Finance Committee met recently to discuss 2017 goal planning.
Scales Mound Board of Trustees takes action on lease agreement with Wisconsin Independent Network at its meeting last week.
Bob Wislow, (20, Mich., Chicago), donated $2,500 to Chicago's Citizens for Deborah Sims on Feb. 2, 2016.
Chicago City Colleges Assessment Committee hears reports on natural sciences, humanities at its recent meeting.
Orland Park Board of Trustees considers amendment to Class D liquor license ordinance at its recent meeting.
Chicago Transit Board approves acquisition of property for the Red and Purple Modernization project at a recent meeting.
Cynthia Kalk, (1223 W. Winona St., Chicago), donated $1,350 to River Forest's Friends of Anita Alvarez on Jan. 21, 2016.
Commonwealth Edison Co- Affiliate of Exelon Corp, Pac has received $147,000.89 in contributions in 2016 from 110 donors.
Friends for Foxx has received $1,513,215.09 in contributions in 2016 from 675 donors.
Friends of Jay Travis has received $98,895 in contributions in 2016 from 33 donors.
Planned Parenthood Illinois Action Pac has received $50,451 in contributions in 2016 from 71 donors.
Citizens to Elect Cenar Judge has received $10,800 in contributions in 2016 from 32 donors.
Personal Pac Inc has received $893,215.57 in contributions in 2016 from 630 donors.
Friends of Jacob Meister has received $40,339.01 in contributions in 2016 from 70 donors.
The Chicago City Council met Nov. 16 to present petitions.
The city of Chicago Committee on Zoning, Landmark and Buildings Standards met Nov. 15 to discuss new business.
Interim President Cecil Lucy recently attributed Chicago State University’s declining enrollment to 'a concerted effort by a few who continuously desire to hurt the university by flooding the media with negative press.'
An outgoing House Democrat is speaking out about House Speaker Mike Madigan for standing in the way of major reforms that could get Illinois back on its feet.