U.S. Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) has called on IRS Commissioner John Koskinen to apologize for the agency’s practice of seizing bank accounts of individuals and small businesses without proof of wrongdoing.
The Illinois Senate’s Higher Education Committee recently created a fact-finding subcommittee in response to questionable executive severance deals at state universities and community colleges in the state.
The Village of Itasca has filed a lawsuit against Baxter & Woodman Inc., Chicago, alleging breach of contract. The lawsuit seeks $4 million in damages for a host of issues relating to the Waste Water Treatment Plant on Prospect Avenue designed by Baxter & Woodman.
BodyThe Illinois Association of Park Districts recently presented State Rep. Jim Durkin (R-82nd) with the Outstanding Legislator of the Year Award at the association's annual conference at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago.
BodyThe Salt Institute has presented the Village of Hanover Park's Department of Public Works with the Safe and Sustainable Snowfighting award. The award recognizes the village for environmental consciousness and effective management in the storage of winter road salt. "We appreciate that our efforts to handle salt in an environmentally responsible way are being recognized," Scott Weber, street supervisor for Hanover Park, said.