With opposition to any form of a tax increase mounting, the committee in charge of forming Kane County's 2022 budget plan turned to a last-minute amendment Wednesday that would use emergency COVID-19 relief money to address a $10 million deficit.
If Geneva District 304 Superintendent Kent Mutchler chooses to resign by the time his contract ends on June 30, 2023, the school board should begin a search next spring, according to the Illinois Association of School Boards Executive Search Department.
After a Batavia resident asked officials to explain how $58,211 was paid for one employee’s undergraduate degree, a Kane County committee chairman said they were working on changing the county’s policies so “that ambiguity is dissolved and this situation never happens again.”
St. Charles residents are set to see an increase in their city property taxes next year as a result of the majority of aldermen on Monday backing a proposed 4.99% increase to the city portion of the tax bill for the average resident.
Geneva District 304 has denied an open records request to release a report from a law firm it paid more than $35,000 to investigate workplace harassment allegations against its facilities operations director.