Board elects new chairman
Arduini’s reign ends; no mention of private meeting
MORRISON – Jim Duffy, a retired teacher from Sterling, is the new chairman of the Whiteside County Board.
On Monday, the board unanimously elected Duffy, 61, a longtime Democratic member. He replaces Tony Arduini, D-Rock Falls, who served at the helm for more than two decades.
Arduini, 91, who announced last week that he was stepping down as chairman, was unanimously elected vice chairman, replacing Bill McGinn, D-Sterling.
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