Hear Discussions from Closed Session Meetings on Addison Avenue Development Project
The city on Thursday released Sept. 10 and 17 audio of meetings the Attorney General's Office says violated the Open Meetings Act.
The city of Elmhurst released on Thursday the audio recordings from its Sept. 10 and 17 closed session meetings.
First Ward Alderman Paula Pezza filed a complaint with the Illinois Attorney General’s Public Access Bureau regarding the two meetings, which included discussions about Arco Murray/Addison Corridor LLC's proposal to build a six-story building at 135-149 N. Addison.
An opinion issued by the State's Attorney's Office stated that the City Council twice violated the Open Meetings Act by discussing aspects of the Addison project in closed session.
The Sept. 10 audio is 35 minutes long and Sept. 17 is 28 minutes.
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