Three State Senators Schedule CL Town Hall Meeting on June 11th

Appropriate because Mike Madigan and Jack Franks’2012 reapportionment put part of each State Senator’s district in Crystal Lake.

State Senators Dan McConchie, Don DeWitte, Craig Wilcox to host town hall

Providing constituents with an end of session wrap-up

Don DeWitte


  • State Senator Dan McConchie (R-Hawthorn Woods)
  • State Senator Don DeWitte (R-St. Charles)
  • State Senator Craig Wilcox (R-McHenry)

WHAT:            Town Hall, End of Session Wrap-up

Don McConchie

WHEN:            Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m.

WHERE:           Crystal Lake City Hall

100 West Woodstock Street, Crystal Lake, IL 60014 (Downton CL west of train station)

Craig Wilcox

SUPPORTING INFORMATION: With the spring legislative session ending,Senators McConchie, DeWitte, and Wilcox will be providing constituents with an update on significant legislation and the FY20 budget.

All constituents are invited to attend the event to give their input and to ask questions about state government.

No RSVP is required.


Three State Senators Schedule CL Town Hall Meeting on June 11th — 2 Comments

  1. Given how important the Longmeadow Parkway bridge/corridor is to the Fox River valley and both McHenry and Kane Counties, maybe these guys, especially Senators McConchie and DeWitte can explain this:

    So, will both state senators, along with State Representatives McSweeney and Skillicorn, being dedicating all/part of their member initiative monies to Longmeadow Parkway?

  2. I found McConchie to be a poor listener when speaking with one on one—does a typical Pol move–here’s a key word in what the talker is saying and goes into some prepared reply that may or may not address what was specifically asked or brought up.

    I thought before actually meeting him he’d be a little better than that—he wasnt.

    He votes OK, but truly not good in a person to person conversation—acts as if he’s either bored or heard it all before.

    He’s fine when giving a speech to a crowd.

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