Against the backdrop of public corruption scandals plaguing Illinois government, the Illinois House passed two pieces of legislation to address the state’s insufficient ethics laws – House Joint Resolution 93 and Senate Bill 1639.
DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin and Wheaton Chief of Police Bill Murphy announced that bond has been denied for a Calumet City man accused of stealing approximately $40,000 worth of merchandise from a Wheaton Sprint store.
ued the following announcement on Nov. 13.The Naperville Fire Department is excited to establish an annual celebration to recognize the successful efforts of first responders and hospital staff to implement a revised sudden cardiac arrest response protocol and, more importantly, to celebrate the lives of the survivors who have benefited from it.
Democrats are hypocrites on this issue. They claim to be for the little guy. They say they oppose corporate greed. Then they pass regulations and unfunded mandates on small businesses and give large corporations and big banks handout after bailout. I saw it in Springfield. The same happens in Washington.
‘Quite frankly, I don't think you can use the word 'crisis' to describe it (unfunded pension liabilities) at the state level. It's something we have to deal with, but it's not something that we're on the verge of bankruptcy on.’- John Cullerton, 2013
This position performs a wide variety of skilled and semi-skilled tasks in construction, maintenance & service activities related to water distribution systems, sanitary sewers, sanitary lift stations, storm sewers, streets, grounds, forestry maintenance, & facility management.
State Representatives Amy Grant (R–Wheaton), Grant Wehrli (R–Naperville), and Deanne Mazzochi (R–Elmhurst) will co-host a Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) Certification Seminar on Thursday, November 21.
State Representatives Grant Wehrli (R–Naperville), Amy Grant (R–Wheaton) and Deanne Mazzochi (R–Elmhurst) will co-host a Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA) Certification Seminar on Thursday, November 21.
Thanks to the efforts of the West Chicago Environmental Commission, S.C.A.R.C.E, and the Green Disciples of the First United Methodist Church, at least two tons of pumpkins were collected for composting – double that of last year – on Saturday, November 2, 2019.
Residents who may require special assistance during an emergency are encouraged to consider providing Naperville first responders details of their specific needs before an emergency situation through the new Caring Hands program.