This video was published a little over a year ago. No tax hike took place and instead we have an Office of the Investigator General out of Sheriff Dart’s office and a private forensic auditing firm soon to be reporting information in connection to three of the bonds taken out during the Stephens Administration.
I think I am going to get a t-shirt that says on the front “Yes, I will be video recording your meeting” and then on the back I’ll just have the text of the laws that allow for it. Haven’t caught the guys name yet, but when I find out, I’ll include it in this…
An edited version containing only content referencing the spending of almost $95,000 without board approval and suggesting to the public that the money had already been received by the Village, which was not true.
The Village of Midlothian cut back on the number of meetings the board of Trustees would be obligated to attend on a regular basis back in July of 2014. This issue became heated at the beginning of 2015…
Mayor Rybak admits to interfering with established procedure regarding the booting and towing of a vehicle for outstanding tickets in the clear favor and benefit of a relatively new Village employee.
Village Clerk Michael Kohlstedt has been accountable for a variety of errors/violations in relation to Open Meetings Act requirements.
Recently, audio of Midlothian, Illinois Police Chief Hal Kauffman Jr. was released in which he mentioned he might have a need to shoot Midlothian K-9 officer, Biko if he cannot find a home for the dog. This is his apology during a board meeting