Lakewood Found Not to Have Violated the Open Meetings Act

Lakewood residents Jessica Hawryluk and Natalie Gerambia filed an Open Meetings complaint with the Public Access Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office concerning the limit of 100 people in the Zoom meeting of May 19th.

Although the Village was found in compliance with the Open Meetings Act for its May meeting, since then a new law implies that it would not be blameless if the same Zoom limitations existed in meetings now.

Here is Bureau Chief Steve Silverman’s reply:


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Lakewood Found Not to Have Violated the Open Meetings Act — 3 Comments

  1. Kenneally would have written a 150 page paper on why he won’t prosecute.

    Hopefully this dipstick wouldn’t use any paperclips binding them and has the pages sequencialy numbered without ketchup or mustard stains.

  2. Leave Kenneally alone! He’s a sensitive chap who goes to Franks for consolation and ideas.

    They are birds of foul feather who soiled their own nests.

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