College of DuPage Vice-Chairman Kathy Hamilton and the “Clean Slate” reform college trustee candidates aligned at a Tuesday morning press conference in declaring their support for a state audit of the college. Fourteen members of the Illinois General Assembly wrote to the college last week calling on it to agree to the costs and terms of cooperation of the State Auditor General.
Only one member of the Board of Trustees at the College of Dupage voted against the $760,000 early retirement package for the college’s controversial President Robert Breuder. Over 300 lawmakers and taxpayers attended the quarrelsome meeting.
State Rep. Jeanne Ives (R-Wheaton) filed an amendment on Tuesday to a House resolution that would deepen the Illinois auditor general's investigation into the financial activity of the College of DuPage.
As a retired certified public accountant and candidate for the College of DuPage Board of Trustees, Charles Bernstein has many questions surrounding the situation involving the college’s radio station and former engineer John Valenta.
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.
Governor Bruce Rauner visited Lombard on Sunday, where he talked once again about public employee unions. When the governor talks about public employee unions, he’s really alluding to the lavish public employee pensions for which they’ve long advocated.