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Barrington Hills trustees mad over attorney's removal

A dispute over the removal of Barrington Hills’ longtime village attorney played out before a capacity crowd of residents at village hall Tuesday night.

Village President Martin McLaughlin asked the previous attorney of more than 30 years, the law offices of Burke, Warren, MacKay & Serritella, to resign last week, citing the Illinois Attorney General office’s finding that the village violated the Open Meetings Act in April 2013. 16 more words

Village Board

Dual citizenship

Jews anywhere in the world can volunteer to serve in the Israeli military, whether or not they are Israeli citizens.  Any many do. Palestinians want those… 360 more words

Israel

Is this a conflict of interest, if you are an editor?

David Roberts made notes here   about the following event:

“MU Panel 2. Future of Publishing
Date & Time : 18:00 – 19:30, August 19 (Tue), 2014… 446 more words

The Opinion That Doesn't Count

Angel: “Computer, why haven’t you given RB any feedback about her books?”

Demon: “Because Computer sucks.”

Computer: “Incorrect: I helped RB write her manuscript directly so that would prove to be a conflict of interest.” 77 more words

R B Holbrook

Rob Ford will take a drug and alcohol test if his challengers do too

By Natalie Alcoba

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he has “no problem” submitting to drug and alcohol tests if all other mayoral candidates do as well, but then went on to suggest it should extend to all political candidates and possibly civil servants. 281 more words

News

August 18 Zoning Board meeting recordings released

The Village has released edited audio recordings from the August 18 Zoning Board meeting. To access the menu of the meeting’s topical audio recording segments, click… 153 more words

Zoning Board

Private sector organisations that ‘donate money’ to Liverpool City Council

The following list is of organisations (many of them private sector) that have – out of the goodness of their hearts – donated ‘money’ to fund council events – such as the Lord Mayor’s ball etc….. 158 more words