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==Kane County==
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===Citizens fight absorption of district===
 
===Citizens fight absorption of district===
 
In Kane County, [[Illinois]] citizens collected over 144 signatures to fight the absorption of Wasco Sanitary District into Campton Hills in October 2007.  A lawsuit has also been filed claiming that 95 acres of the district were unincorporated which leaves the district outside of Campton Hills.<ref>[http://www.kcchronicle.com/articles/2007/10/16/news/local/doc47148c61a1666721078433.txt ''Citizens petition village for separation'', Kane County Chronicle, Oct. 16, 2007]</ref>  If the lawsuit succeeds then citizens will stop the petition.
 
In Kane County, [[Illinois]] citizens collected over 144 signatures to fight the absorption of Wasco Sanitary District into Campton Hills in October 2007.  A lawsuit has also been filed claiming that 95 acres of the district were unincorporated which leaves the district outside of Campton Hills.<ref>[http://www.kcchronicle.com/articles/2007/10/16/news/local/doc47148c61a1666721078433.txt ''Citizens petition village for separation'', Kane County Chronicle, Oct. 16, 2007]</ref>  If the lawsuit succeeds then citizens will stop the petition.

Revision as of 21:44, 18 September 2009

==Kane County==

Citizens fight absorption of district

In Kane County, Illinois citizens collected over 144 signatures to fight the absorption of Wasco Sanitary District into Campton Hills in October 2007. A lawsuit has also been filed claiming that 95 acres of the district were unincorporated which leaves the district outside of Campton Hills.[1] If the lawsuit succeeds then citizens will stop the petition.

See also

References

  1. Citizens petition village for separation, Kane County Chronicle, Oct. 16, 2007