Franks, Tryon to debate form of county government
As another testament to the bizarre world of Illinois politics, two state representatives will debate Wednesday evening about the pros and cons of a McHenry County referendum to change how the county government works.
Arguing for an executive form of government will be Democratic state Rep. Jack Franks, who pushed to get the referendum on the Nov. 6 ballot. Arguing against it will be Republican Rep. Mike Tryon, who was County Board chairman until his 2004 election to the General Assembly.
And absent from the stage Wednesday evening will be the current chairman, who has held the office since Tryon.
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