Tuesday, June 19, 2012
The first meeting with the new 7 p.m. start time will be Monday, July 16.
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Editor's Note: The following is a release from the Valley View School District. Valley View School District 365U will change the start time of the public portion of its Board of Education meetings to 7 p.m. when the new fiscal year begins July 1. Board members will still convene in public session briefly at 6:30 p.m. before moving into executive session. Should additional executive session time be required, the board will go back into executive session following the public portion of the meeting. The first meeting with the new 7 p.m. start time will be Monday, July 16.
Friday, December 17, 2010
The Bolingbrook Park District board of commissioners passed it's 2011 budget on Thursday.
The Bolingbrook Park District Board of Commissioners approved an ordinance for their 2011 budget and appropriations at their meeting Thursday night, and an ordinance to abate the tax levy for the year 2010. According to the 2011 budget, the park district will allocate $19.3 million revenue from taxes, facilities, memberships, programs, investments, concessions, donations and interfund transfers to 13 separately tallied funds. Total, park district expenditures for all funds are expected to be $19 million in 2011. The tax levy abatement was for funds collected to pay $6 million in General Obligation bonds. Michael Selep, of the Illinois Park and Recreation Association, was present at the meeting to honor two Bolingbrook Park District staff …
Friday, November 19, 2010
The Fountaindale Public Library board of trustees had a busy agenda Thursday night.
The Fountaindale Public Library's board of trustees approved a tax levy ordinance in the amount of $7.2 million Thursday night, immediately following a public hearing and the presentation of their financial audit for fiscal year 2009-10. The levy, which will be extended against taxable property within the library's district, will cover the library's projected fiscal year 2010-11 expenditures and includes a $5.9 million general corporate fund —$3.3 million of which is allocated to pay salaries. The remainder of the full ordinance will provide liability insurance, Social Security and Illinois Municipal Retirement Funds, materials, services, supplies and utilities. According to library documents, the projected $7.2 million expenditures are up…