TWO Important Round Lake Area Meetings Scheduled

Here are two recent news releases pertaining to upcoming events:

Yingling to Host Round Lake Area Town Hall Meeting

IL State Representative Sam Yingling
IL State Representative Sam Yingling

HAINESVILLE, Ill. – State Rep. Sam Yingling, D-Grayslake, will host a Round Lake Area Town Hall Meeting from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 5. The town hall meeting will be held in the Banquet Room of the Village of Round Lake Beach Cultural and Civic Center, located at 2007 N. Civic Center Way in Round Lake Beach.

“As we begin the last month of this legislative session, I want to use every day I am in the district to talk with folks about their priorities for state government,” Yingling said. “I invite all constituents to attend this town hall meeting so we can discuss legislation as well as the state budget.”

As a full-time legislator, Yingling is hosting district-wide events, community stops, town hall meetings and talking with constituents at their doors to get feedback on state issues.

Yingling represents the 62nd District, which contains portions of Gages Lake, Grayslake, Hainesville, the Round Lake communities, Wauconda and Wildwood. For more information, please contact Yingling’s full-time constituent service office at 847-231-6262 or


Avon Township Special Board Meeting

Douglas Raul Williams
Douglas Raul Williams

433 E. Washington Street, Round Lake Park, IL 60073
May 6th, 2013 7:00 p.m.

This meeting has been called by:

Douglas Raul Williams and William McNeil, Trustee’s for Avon Township

1. Call Meeting to Order

2. Roll Call

3. Adjustments to proposed 2013/2014 budget
4. Issuance of credit cards to elected officials and prepayment
5. Discuss credit card bill for March 2013 news letter
6. Discuss outstanding legal bills for petition challenge and electoral board chairman
7. Discuss any outstanding FOIA requests

8. Adjournment

This should be an interesting meeting if the billing charges have finally been submitted for the recent newsletter that Supervisor Lisa Rusch claimed little prior knowledge of regarding who was behind the newsletter and who paid for it. It wasn’t until the last board meeting, following the election, where she finally pointed the finger at outgoing Highway Commissioner Brust. Since they also did not approve the payment for Assessor Chris Ditton’s expenses to lobby in Springfield at the last meeting, that is also expected to be discussed. Hope to see a big crowd there so we can finally get some straight answers on WHO is on the hook to pay for the “campaign” newsletter.

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