The Democrat-controlled Legislature pushed through a partisan measure, House Joint Resolution 93, in the final hour of the fall veto session giving themselves ultimate power in the ethics reform process.
As political corruption and scandals linger under the Capitol Dome, the Democrat-controlled Legislature pushed through a partisan measure in the final hour of the fall veto session giving them more power in the ethics reform process.
As part of the City of Batavia’s efforts to repair/replace aged and failing infrastructure, the City has contracted with two firms to replace the sanitary sewer diversion structure within the intersection of First St. and S. Van Nortwick Ave. Engineering Enterprises Inc.
The Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, in partnership with the City of Aurora and the 605 Innovation District, invites Aurora youth ages 14 – 20 to participate in the 'Aurora Smart City Youth Summit’ on Saturday, November 23 from 10 a.m.
State Senator Linda Holmes (D-Aurora) has announced that the new Illinois Department of Transportation five-year highway construction program includes major investments in roads in the Aurora area, to the tune of $10.8 million in improvements.
A full agenda awaits legislators when they return to the Capitol Nov. 12 for the final week of the fall Veto Session, and time is running out to take advantage of Illinois’ one-time-only Tax Amnesty Program.
Nearly 50 high school students from across the 33rd Senate District participated in a unique, hands-on experience in public policy, state government, and leadership during State Senator Don DeWitte’s first annual Youth Advisory Council on Tuesday, November 5.