Monthly Archives: August 2012

Homer Glen Bond issue passes

August 28, 2012 is a day to mark as a turning point in the history of Homer Glen. This Village was founded 10 years ago with a promise to have a municipal property tax. The current Board and Mayor voted to buy up to $25,000,000 in bonds using$17,000,000 now to buy the transmission line from

1992 Article talks about Frankfort and the Prestwick Utility (water) purchase

February 11, 1992|By Edmund S. Tijerina Prodded by the Frankfort Square Homeowners Association, the Frankfort Square Park District-which covers virtually the same area as the association- will ask voters in March if they will agree to increase their taxes to cover the costs of their legal dispute. The conflict between the homeowners and Frankfort began

IL. RNHA Announcement

Illinois RNHA Launches Website, Builds New Chapter Illinois – Taking steps to fulfill their commitment to reach out to the Hispanic community in support of Republican principles, The Illinois Republican National Hispanic Assembly (RNHA) has launched a new website – – and formed a new DuPage County chapter. A meeting to create a DuPage

September 10th Noon at The Will County Court House/ Will County declares independence from Chicago

Will County Declaration of Independence from Chicago-style Politics We hold these truths to be self-evident …. That the people of all counties are created equal, that they are endowed with certain Rights. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among people, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any

State Senate Candidate Garrett Peck on jobs

Lack of jobs continue to be scourge on state and national level Plainfield, IL August 24, 2012: Thursday’s national jobs report once again stoked the flames of fear into an already worried populace. The report claims that the nation’s unemployment numbers are at a five month high of 8.3% with 3.32 million citizens receiving unemployment