Two Wheaton government agencies could be cut due to county reform bill
WHEATON – When Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn signed a government reform law granting DuPage County the authority to dissolve certain appointed county programs Aug. 2, two Wheaton agencies were put on the short list of potential cuts.
The Wheaton Sanitary District and Wheaton Mosquito Abatement District are among the more than 20 programs that may be considered for closure. These include several other sanitary, mosquito abatement and fire protection districts in the county, as well as county agencies such as the Board of Health, Airport Authority, Housing Authority and the Election Commission.
County Board Chairman Dan Cronin called the bill “an opportunity to carefully examine these units of local government and come up with a plan for consolidation” at the signing press conference.
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