Homer Glen, partners vote to sue to acquire water pipeline
A group of municipalities including Homer Glen agreed Monday to file an eminent domain lawsuit against the business that owns the water system serving the five towns.
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#1 Dec 10, 2012
Mayor Noak, stop wasting our money, come back home and fight for ALL residents of Romeoville not 20 or so. All you doing is kissing up to Claar and Daley and wasting our tax dollars. Let them fight their own war.
#2 Dec 10, 2012
Yes, the silly season is upon us. You crazy trolls can't wait for the holiday season to be over at least. You guys are really horrible people.
Once again, you show your complete and total lack of understanding. Romeoville's percentage of the bills for this is less than 0.1%. Yes that is less than once ten of one percent. And those costs are only on the users of the lake water which includes NO RESIDENTS. But don't let the facts distract you from your blatant political motives for misleading the public. The taxpayers are NOT at risk here. Stop making things up for your own misguided purposes.
Go back into your hole already. No one is buying the non-sense you are selling. And try and respect the Holiday Season!
#3 Dec 10, 2012
With your idiotic post you have proven my point. Even one dollar wasted on this stupid fight is something you shouldn't be doing, so get to work for Romeville.
Happy Holiday Season!
#4 Mar 26, 2013
Where is this project at We NEED CHEAPER WATER in the Brook Please get this done ASAP
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