By: Diane Benjamin
More on this story: https://blnnews.com/2023/03/11/sharon-chung-screws-normal-taxpayers/.
Normal declared war on it’s citizens and uses their money to take them out!
The above story shows the people who supported Chung’s bill to legalize Normal’s illegal operation. Since you knew nothing about this bill you couldn’t object. The only reason we know about it now is because Chung opened her big mouth at a Meet and Great in Uptown on Saturday. A guy I know was there and told me about it. This could have easily have been signed into law with nobody in Normal knowing it except government.
(For and By the People isn’t allowed in Koosville)
Not only did Normal use your money for lawyers to fight citizens wanting compliance with laws and better representation, they paid for people to show up at Chung’s hearing: https://www.normalil.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/4557
Normal pays IML for membership, Mayor Bike Shop is on the Board of Directors with a bunch of other clowns like Lori Lightfoot: https://www.iml.org/page.cfm?key=16158
What voters need to understand:
Chung’s bill would not be necessary if Normal was legal – obviously they aren’t.
If you see Lorenz, Smith, or Byars ask them how the “Board of Directors” should handle this? At least Lorenz doesn’t believe she is elected to represent voters, she rubberstamps staff.
Actual representatives would be outraged that Normal wants Springfield to pass a bill that is ONLY for Normal – to make them legal. It’s corruption at it’s finest.
It sure looks like all these campaign signs showing who NOT TO VOTE FOR are illegally placed on public property. Laws don’t matter in Normal so nothing will be done unless the Town finds some Nord, Tiritilli, or Sila signs it doesn’t like.
You didn’t really believe the Normal Police Department was going to do anything about electioneering did you? (Joke’s on you, Illinois isn’t corrupt because somebody enforces laws)
If you think it makes sense to vote for school board members the teacher’s union wants, you must be in a union. Negotiating is much more fun when there is no opposition.
At least everyone who shouldn’t be elected is in one place. Take notes.