The people have fought and won against two other dump proposals and we will fight another one. We do not want to be the dump for Chicago and Cook County because county government can not bring themselves to live within their means.
By Darrel W. Bruck, Jr. 6-12-2013
Your Chicago garbage dump:
Where do you want to stick it?
By Darrel W. Bruck, Jr. 6-7-2013
Please call or email Chairman Bossert and your board member: tell them to vote No to changing the County Solid Waste Plan.
The Plan now says: The county is not interested in garbage dump developers coming here to locate a mega Chicago regional garbage dump.
Tell Chairman Bossert and your board member:
VOTE NO to making Kankakee County the garbage dump for Chicago.
Letter to the Editor
from Darrel W. Bruck Jr.
The City of Kankakee has been in decline for many years as most of us know who grew up here. The city’s decline not only hurts its residents but also brings down the rest of the county. Continue reading
Powers and duties
(a) The duty of each State’s attorney shall be:
(1) To commence and prosecute all actions… in which the people of the State or county may be concerned. (55 ILCS 5/3-9005)
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff | News & Opinion Aug. 18, 2012
Jamie Boyd’s bold yellow election signs appearing around the county proclaim ‘proven experience.’ Fortunately politicians like Mr. Boyd are not held to very high standards of truthfulness.
Revisit the June and July events:
by Darrel Bruck |
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff News & Opinion⋅June 9, 2012⋅ 12:46 p.m.
The Bourbonnais Township Park District is currently at the maximum debt level allowed under the Tax Cap Law.
They have now come up with a creative financing plan to borrow an additional $3.1 million dollars to buy Hidden Cove and park upgrades. This will keep maximum taxation on property owners for years to come.
Posted by kankakeegazette.com staff⋅9:07 a.m. Jan 16, 2012.
Last week, Eric Sadler, Kankakee County Zoning and Development Coordinator, was asked by Kraftdale homeowner Randy Knickerbocker to review a permit request approved by the City of Kankakee Planning Board.
After 5½ years of garbage, 6-foot weeds,
rotting particle board, scattered car parts and a boat,
can this business change to a good neighbor?