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March 18, 2014

Kostelny to not proceed with re-count procedure

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KANE COUNTY—John Countryman, the attorney for Judge Marmarie Kostelny, recently announced that Kostelny has decided not to proceed further with the re-count procedures in a race to win a Kane County circuit judgeship in sub-circuit No. 3. Countryman said that Illinois law provides for a discovery recount of 25 percent of the precincts in an…

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Election: U.S. Senate

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Two candidates on March 18 will battle it out for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Illinois. Jim Oberweis Sugar Grove native Jim Oberweis defines the position of U.S. Senator as one with equally important roles: protecting the security of our nation, and helping to create an economic environment under which entrepreneurs and business…

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SG Library seeks limiting rate increase

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SUGAR GROVE—The Sugar Grove Public Library hopes to increase its limiting rate an additional $2.14 per month, or $25 more per year (for a home valued at $100,000), through a referendum on the March 18 ballot. The library needs additional funds to maintain the facility and grounds, support a number of current programs, departments and…

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Energy savings program for unincorporated Kane residents

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KANE COUNTY—The Department of Environmental & Water Resources is looking to pass an electric aggregation referendum that would reduce the cost of electric bills for residents of unincorporated Kane County. In an effort to create awareness about the referendum, Kane County sent out 16,000 letters to residents of unincorporated Kane County to let them know…

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Election: 50th District Representative

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Four candidates on March 18 will compete for the 50th District Representative Republican nomination. Julie Cosimo Julie Cosimo defines the role of the 50th District Representative as serving the constituents of its district on a full-time basis, in addition to introducing bills and resolutions and serving on committees. “A representative in any district should be…

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Election: Kane County Board District 5

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The race for the Kane County Board District 5 Republican nomination in the March 18 General Primary Election will come down to incumbent Melisa Taylor and challenger Bill Lenert Bill Lenert Bill Lenert believes Kane County Board members are entrusted with the responsibility of protecting the interests and desires of the residents of Kane County.…

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