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July 10, 2016
I am going to we writing a series of posts about my accomplishments on the DuPage County Board. This is the first in the series.
Before March of 2013 DuPage County did not post Agendas or Minutes of the Liquor Commission meetings.
In March of 2013 I had raised concerns that an Agenda was not posted for the March meeting of the Liquor Commission. I was told by Assistant States Attorney, Nancy Wolfe, that because there was only one commissioner and they were only discussing liquor licenses, they did not need to post an agenda.
I explained that I had attended the Liquor Commission meeting and many topics were discussed and that we should post all Agendas and Meeting Minutes. It does not matter how many commissioners serve on a committee, it is a public meeting and an Agenda needs to be posted.
After several email exchanges, I finally received the response I had been waiting for. In the spirit of the Open Meetings Act the county will post Agendas and Minutes of the Liquor Commission meetings.