Timing tight for County Board chairman referendum
WOODSTOCK – One of new McHenry County Board Chairwoman Tina Hill’s first priorities is to discuss a referendum to make her office elected by the people rather than by the 24-member board.
But there are questions to be answered and ambiguities in state law to be cleared, and not a lot of time in which to do them if the goal is to get the referendum on the April 9 ballot.
Hill, R-Woodstock, said the public has made it clear that they want to weigh in, and if April is too ambitious, maybe the 2014 election cycle.
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