Saying, “I’m sorry,” and changing your security rules wasn’t enough to prevent the filing of an Open Meetings violation complaint against the McHenry County College board right before its regular monthly meeting.
Want to have some fun. Attend tonight’s 7 PM meeting. I have something more important to do. I’m taking a friend to a Walk to Emmaus at nearby Resurrection Center.
“Egregious“ was the word that First Assistant State’s Attorney Tom Carroll used to describe MCC’s ouster of four citizens while the board was meeting secretly.
If you would like to see what happened at that meeting, McHenry County Blog’s articles can be accessed below:
MCC – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Part 1
MCC – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Part 2
MCC – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Part 3
MCC – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back – Part 4
MCC, the Junior College That Just Keeps on Giving
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McHenry County College Trustee Frances Glosson looks over the revised campus security rules that the board is scheduled to adopt tonight. Below the security guard can be seen being interviewed by Town Crier Editor Iris Bryan after being told we all had to leave the building. You can seen Jane Collins in the background.