Hebron Township postpones meeting after occupancy issue
HEBRON – Hebron Township was all set Wednesday evening to hold its first meeting in a new township office and garage, despite the fact that the building has yet to receive its certificate of occupancy.
But confronted shortly before the meeting by a code enforcement officer from McHenry County Planning and Development, township leaders decided to push the meeting to Monday and move it back to the old building.
Darrell Moore, principal planner of Planning and Development, said the officer told “those who were going to conduct the meeting” that there shouldn’t be meetings held at the township’s new building, 10206 Seaman Road, Hebron, until a certificate of occupancy is obtained.
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