- 2 playground replacements
- 1 dump truck
- 1 pickup truck with plow
- Lippold synthetic turf replacement
- Lippold flood relief projects
- Several outdoor tennis court/basketball court repairs/replacements
- Pedestrian crossing project
- Administration building window replacement
But its Board decided to take the easy route, instead.
A notice was published in the legal notice section of the Northwest Herald saying that if enough people (3,010) signed a petition, a referendum could be forced.
Such a process is called a “backdoor referendum.”
It peitition-driven referendum passed, then the bonds could be issued.
Since a month has passed since the “notice” to the public with no such petition having been filed, the Crystal Lake Park Board can now issue bonds for $3,5 million without further concern about public feelings.