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Millions of constituents will find their representative has changed
By Rick Pearson, Chicago Tribune reporter February 20, 2012
During his three decades in Elmhurst, John Morrissey has been comfortable being represented in Washington by a generation of conservative congressmen.
Now the retired 61-year-old business manager is coming to the realization that after having been a constituent of the late conservative icon Henry Hyde and current House Republican Chief Deputy Majority Whip Peter Roskam, his next representative in Congress is likely to be Mike Quigley, a liberal Democrat from Chicago’s North Side.
“It’s probably not good for Elmhurst to be tied to the North Side of Chicago,” said Morrissey, a member of Elmhurst’s library board and a Republican precinct captain for the last 10 years. “It’s not just a different set of interests, but it’s also the way Chicago politics is run.”
By Tribune staff
10:40 a.m. CDT, September 15, 2011
Matthew Erich Muller, the radio provocateur known as “Mancow” whose syndicated morning show hasn’t been heard in Chicago in five years, will move to WJJG-AM (1530), the 760-watt daytime station based in west suburban Elmhurst, Time Out Chicago is reporting.
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By Dave Matthews, June 20, 2011
The trials for an Elmhurst family charged after a March fight and Tasing at Spring Inn have been pushed to Aug. 1 as their attorney continues to compile witnesses.
“Ultimately, we’ll get justice,” attorney Vince Solano said.
Solano represents Bryan, Brian and Steven Connell of Elmhurst, who were charged with battery and other charges the day of the Elmhurst St. Patrick’s Day Parade at Spring Inn. Steven Connell was Tased after local police said he attacked an officer.
The men made brief court appearances this morning.
Solano said his firm receives calls from witnesses “every couple of days” with accounts of what happened.
“Almost all of them, to a T, completely contradict the police,” he said.
The Chicago City Council is considering a measure that would allow businesses in the city to install non-lethal electric security fences.
The proposal would allow the fences if they don’t border residential or public areas, are surrounded by non-electric perimeter fences and bear posted warnings.
The Chicago Tribune says the fences send 7,000-volt jolts every 1.3 seconds. By comparison, a Taser delivers a 50,000-volt jolt 21 times a second.
The fences are allowed in California, and such Illinois communities as Bolingbrook, Elmhurst, Rockford and Schaumburg. They also are allowed at railroad facilities in Chicago.
via Chicago City Council considers electric fences – chicagotribune.com.