Tag Archives: Village Board of Trustees

Police Study Results Are In

August 2, 2012

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This post comes to us from Keep the Winfield Police

CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL REPORT FROM REM

The REM Police study results are in. Please take your time and read ALL of the options and results. We know that Trustee Allen is only going to trumpet his disbandment option and pick out the parts of the study that serve his argument best. So please read it, ask questions and form your own conclusion.

Also, there will be a very important “Public Meeting” with the Village Board and REM on Wednesday August 8th at 7:00pm in the CDH auditorium (main entrance).

We will get a chance to ask the Trustees direct questions and REM will be presenting their findings. Please tell all of your friends and neighbors and try and attend since I do not think it will be on Comcast.

It is our chance to get answers and let them know we want to keep our own police.

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A Summer of Storms, Heat and Petitions

July 29, 2012

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By Jed Skillman

All three petitions circulated in Winfield have been notarized, stamped and duly delivered to the Village Clerk. They are now are on their way to the November ballot.

Over 5,000 signatures – 5,378 to be exact – were collected by 40 volunteers: 2,547 for  the “Keep Our Police” referendum; 2,261 to reinstate the ban on “gaming” in local barrooms; and 570 to require the Village Board to seek public approval before spending more than $ 1 Million on a […]

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Special Village Board Meeting to Be Held July 26

July 24, 2012

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The Winfield Village Board of Trustees has called a special meeting this Thursday, July 26, at 7 pm in the Board Room at Village Hall.

According to the agenda for Thursday’s meeting (available by clicking here), the Trustees intend to consider a referendum to increase property tax. If approved, this referendum increasing taxes will be placed on the November 6, 2012 ballot.

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