State Rep. Mike Tryon, who filed for re-election on Monday, has issued a monthly letter to his constituents. It follows:
This legislative session has brought forth many important issues that will affect the quality of life in our district. As I continue to represent your best interests in Springfield, it is extremely important to me that I stay connected with the people of McHenry County.
In an effort to address any concerns or questions that area residents may have, Senator Althoff and I will be hosting a series of town hall meetings. The intention of these meetings is to gather public input and give you an outlet to have your voices heard.
The first town hall meeting that was scheduled for this Thursday, November 1 in Crystal Lake has been cancelled as Senator Althoff and I have been scheduled to be in Springfield. There are several very important issues still pending in Springfield and it is important that we represent McHenry County as we continue to seek resolution. I apologize if this cancellation causes any inconvenience, but I welcome all area residents to attend one of the following Town Hall meetings.7 p.m., Tuesday, November 6
Huntley Village Hall
10987 Main Street, Huntley
7 p.m., Wednesday, November 7
Algonquin Village Hall
2200 Harnish Drive, Algonquin
These events are free and open to the public. Your input is so important to help me represent you in Springfield. I hope that you will take the time to attend.
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The meetings will be probably held after the key votes on expanding Illinois gambling and whether or not to increase sales taxes in McHenry County to bail out the Chicago Transit Authority.
They will also be held after the deadline for filing petitions to oppose Tryon in the February 5th primary.