AG looking into panel’s secret meeting
State asks for board to respond
MORRISON – The state attorney general’s office will investigate a complaint, filed by Sauk Valley Media, that the Whiteside County Board violated state law by holding a private meeting.
Thursday, the attorney general informed county officials that “further inquiry is warranted” into the meeting that the board’s Democratic majority held Nov. 28. Members said they planned to discuss the selection of a new County Board chairman.
The Democrats held the meeting at the carpenters union hall in Rock Falls. An SVM reporter was warned that the police would be called if he didn’t leave. One member called the reporter a name and said he would be willing to throw the reporter’s “ass out.”
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