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PAXTON — If the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department board intends to remove the agency’s administrator, the only way that could legally happen is if he voluntarily resigns, the Paxton Record has learned.
PAXTON — Ford County Board Chairman Rick Bowen has told Iroquois County officials that his board would meet “sooner rather than later” to vote on the proposed firing of Ford-Iroquois Public Health Administrator Doug Corbett.
But due to conflicts with some Ford County Board members’ schedules, the board likely will not be able to meet until Monday, at the earliest.
PAXTON — The Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department says the public has been responsive to the agency’s request last month for assistance in the collection of dead birds found in Ford and Iroquois counties.
WATSEKA — The Iroquois County Board’s chairman said Friday that he fully expects his board to uphold a committee’s decision to recommend the removal of the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department’s embattled administrator.
But the chairman of the Ford County Board, which also must approve the measure, said he remains unconvinced such action is warranted.
WATSEKA — Iroquois Memorial Hospital in Watseka is poised to become a Catholic hospital through a pending deal with Presence Health.
By MARC AMORE
Paxton Pest Solutions
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PAXTON — Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department is asking for assistance from the public in the collection of dead birds found in Ford and Iroquois counties.
GILMAN — There are apparently additional violations of the Illinois Open Meetings Act by the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department Board in connection with its May 20 meeting.
GILMAN — The president of the Ford-Iroquois Public Health Department Board admitted Thursday that he made a mistake this week when he instructed the public to leave the board’s meeting room before a vote had been taken to enter closed session — but he and other officials insisted that no laws were broken.
PAXTON — For many students and teachers at Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School and PBL Junior High School, the 2012-13 school year ends Friday.
For PBL fitness instructor Pat Eversole and some of his students, however, the culture of fitness that has hit the ground running over the past school year will continue into the days of summer.