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Thursday, April 19, 2018
SPRINGFIELD — Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino is facing a federal investigation related to campaign finances, according to a statement his spokesman released to several news outlets.
The Eldorado Community Unit No. 4 School District met recently to amend the 2015-16 school budget, make personnel changes.
Benton City Council met recently to discuss change to municipal utility gas tax.
The Harrisburg City Council met recently to discuss a water main project and golf cart ordinance.
Marion City Council approves bids for police cars
Harrisburg City Council met recently to review the Prevailing Wage Ordinance.
The Marion City Council met recently to review purchases, ordinances.
Williamson County Board of Commissioners met recently in a special meeting.
Harrisburg City Council accepts bids at recent meeting.
SPRINGFIELD -- The Edgar County Watchdogs is calling for Illinois Auditor General Frank Mautino to resign after he pled the Fifth to avoid incriminating himself in an investigation by the Illinois State Board of Elections last week.
West Frankfort City Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 14.
The Marion City Council met earlier this week to announce a new patrolman.
The Eldorado Community Unit No. 4 School District Board of Education heard a legislative update at its recent meeting.
The El Dorado Community Unit. No. 4 District Board of Education met recently to review personnel changes.
Williamson County Board of Commissioners discuss mutual aid agreement
Goreville City Council approves budget for July 4th celebration at recent meeting.
The Harrisburg City Council will meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 16.
West Frankfort City Council met recently to review the city's liquor license ordinance.
Goreville Village Board approves bids, reviews water rates at recent meeting.
Massac County Unit School District No. 1 Board of Education met earlier this year to approve new hires.