Will County Executive Larry Walsh fired the director of the Will County Emergency Management Agency on Friday.
“This is the prerogative of the county executive to reorganize the agency,” Moustis said. “He is not looking to bring any people into the agency — he is using existing employees. He doesn’t need the advice and consent of the county board to do that.”
‘So whats going on here makes me think the blame game is going on’
Why isnt moustis or larry walsh worrying about the chemicals spilled daily at the new Elwood intermodial or is it that we as residents living close to Elwood illinois is just pawns to these poilitical fat heads.
Our school bus drivers trying to beat a train…..Tisk Tisk
Dangerous School Bus Tries To Beat Train! Joliet I
Joliet wants to waste money to fight Silver Cross, Joliet should take every one of those dollars set aside for legal battles and invest them in tranforming Joliet, Joliet should look into how to utilize the current Silver Cross land on the city’s East Side.
I say if Silver Cross wants to go then let them go, makes no differance to me and many others in the area.
Joliet must want to waste money for political reasons. Waste not want not…..
Joliet City Manager John Mezera Leave JJC alone, why don’t you and the rest of the will county board worry about fixing the roads we already have instead of worring about building new roads.
John your the biggest waste of tax dollars that I can see. It’s time for you to step down and let somebody else run the show, We as tax payers can’t afford you any more……
State Rep. Renee Kosel, R-New Lenox, sponsored a bill that recently became a law intending to let the county set posted speed limits. County Engineer Sheldon Latz and others claim the county always had that authority, but could not post signs and enforce the limit without a speed study. The bill was passed to increase fines and cause undue stress to drivers.
Officials in Joliet get the big picture, can we learn from the mistakes that have resulted in the soon to be vacant Silver Cross Hospital in Joliet.
Silver Cross Hospital is planning to move to a new $400 million facility, leaving behind a hospital that can be allegedly redeveloped. The hostpital can be used as (retail, community, school or move the court house to this location) the residents will deem it’s best use and this will help revitalize the community.
The county pays more than $900,000 a year for additional leased space that it has rented to make room for growing government offices downtown. Sorry but thats money that could be spent on better things so moving into the soon to be vacant Silver cross hospital sounds like a savings to me.