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12/15/10 Little activity in Kane election filing
By Susan Sarkauskas - So far, nobody has filed for election to the 2nd Ward seat on the Batavia City Council. Nobody new has filed since Monday for the city council, school board or park board in Geneva. FULL STORY
12/14/10 Batavia sewage plant in state's sights
By Susan Sarkauskas - Batavia's sewage treatment plant is getting near enough to capacity that the state is planning to restrict how many more users can be added to the system. The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency informed the city Nov. 24 that it is... FULL STORY
12/14/10 Kane County board chairman sued over raises
By Susan Sarkauskas - Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay was sued Tuesday by a former political opponent over raises she gave to 15 senior county workers. Jim MacRunnels of Elburn alleges in the suit that McConnaughay doesn't have the authority under... FULL STORY
12/13/10 Geneva delays action on adult-business zoning
By Susan Sarkauskas - The Geneva committee of the whole Monday postponed designating where sexually oriented businesses can be located, to see if it can come up with a way to eliminate one of two potential areas. FULL STORY
12/13/10 Five seek Geneva school board seats
By Susan Sarkauskas - The election for Geneva school board will be a contested one, as five people filed Monday morning for three seats. Those seeking election to the four-year posts are incumbents Mary Stith, Leslie Juby and Kelly Nowak. They are joined by Robert Cabeen... FULL STORY
12/13/10 Batavia considers supporting 2 downtown biz projects
By Susan Sarkauskas - The city of Batavia is considering loaning and giving money to the owners of two downtown properties, to improve them. The matters will be discussed by the city council's community development committee Tuesday. FULL STORY
12/10/10 No St. Charles library vote in April
By Susan Sarkauskas - The St. Charles library expansion will come before voters again, but not in April. The library board decided, at a special meeting this week, that the economy won't have improved enough by then to persuade voters to open their pocketbooks to... FULL STORY
12/10/10 Sugar Grove flood fix to be part of loan program
By Susan Sarkauskas - It went down to the wire, but money to fix flooding in Mallard Point in Sugar Grove will be included in a Kane County Recovery Zone bond issue Monday. FULL STORY
12/10/10 'Bail for grandchild' scam narrowly averted
By Susan Sarkauskas - The happenstance appearance of a St. Charles police officer saved a local woman from losing $2,450 to a con artist this week. St. Charles police are using the tale to remind people to be wary when anybody asks for your money. FULL STORY
12/09/10 Sugar Grove trustee spot to stay open
By Susan Sarkauskas - Melisa Taylor's spot on the Sugar Grove village board might remain open until April. Village President Sean Michels has decided not to appoint anyone to serve the remainder of Taylor's term. "I believe it is best left filled by the... FULL STORY
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