The Illinois State Attorney General recently ruled that the Clark-Edgar Rural Water District (CERWD) violated the Illinois Open Meetings Act in a May 1 special meeting where items that were not listed on the agenda were openly broached as subject matters.
After Watchdogs informed the Clark-Edgar Water District Board of Trustees that their plan to increase the pay of their board members during their term of office was a violation, the board decided to table the payment until a further date.
Barry Wolfe, the former AAU Girls Basketball Coach appeared in custody and filed several Motions on June 1, one of them to Change Venue (move the trial to different court), a Motion to Suppress Statements, and a Motion in Limine.
Governor Rauner fired him for basically being a racist, Attorney General Candidate Erika Harold still plans on attending his Coles County Lincoln Day Dinner and giving the key-note speech, and his fellow Coles County Republican Precinct Committeemen appear to be happy with him representing them as their voice to the voters.
The two founders of the Edgar County Watchdogs, who have a record of exposing local and state government waste and fraud, are gearing up for an old-fashioned showdown March 1 at the Coles County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner.