Gov. Quinn signs DuPage County reform bill
WHEATON – Gov. Pat Quinn signed what he called a "landmark bill" Aug. 2 that significantly increases the DuPage County Board's power to cut certain public programs.
Senate Bill 494, sponsored by State Sen. Tom Cullerton (D-Villa Park) and State Rep. Deb Conroy (D-Elmhurst) gives DuPage County the authority to dissolve outdated or defunct county appointed agencies via ordinance.
County Board Chairman Dan Cronin said that this bill presented "an opportunity to carefully examine these units of local government and come up with a plan for consolidation."
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