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Will County Sheriff Mike Kelley Second Annual Fundraiser

Author: Editor
Tuesday, October 25th, 2016

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

IBEW Local 176
1100 N.E. Frontage Rd.
Joliet, IL 60431
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IL Democratic Women of Will County Fundraiser

Author: Editor

Monday, June 22nd, 2015

5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

at 12 Handles Ale House -- 1827 Knapp Road, Crest Hill, IL 60403

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Will County backs tougher e-waste recycling law

Author: Editor

Will County officials fear that bulky old televisions will end up in ditches unless state law is changed to strengthen electronic recycling requirements.

Members of the county’s Resource Recovery and Energy Division spoke at a hearing Wednesday on House Bill 4042, and the county board passed a resolution Thursday supporting the bill, sponsored by state Rep. Emily McAsey, D-Romeoville.

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State decision on Elwood crossing at least weeks away

Author: Editor

The state won’t decide until at least late January whether to temporarily shut down a controversial railroad crossing in Elwood despite opposition from CenterPoint Properties, the developer of two nearby intermodals.

A series of Illinois Commerce Commission hearings concerning safety at the Walter Strawn Drive railroad crossing wrapped up this week in Chicago.

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Tribune: Kelley for Will County Sheriff

Author: Editor
Sheriff: Incumbent Paul Kaupas is retiring, which creates the opportunity for a way-overdue overhaul of this troubled office. That's not likely to happen under Republican Ken Kaupas of Shorewood, the deputy chief of special operations and a second cousin of the incumbent. Democrat Mike Kelley of Lockport has the experience — he's a sergeant in the criminal investigations unit — and the strong ideas to accomplish significant improvements. Kelley would trim administrative expenses and revise the current process for sheriff's foreclosure sales, promising to save big money. He vows to attack the stunning rise in heroin use by young people in the suburbs by targeting dealers. Kelley is endorsed.
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