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DeKalb City Clerk spat grows: Clerk removes deputy, 2 hours later, City Manager reappoints her

DeKALB – Emails show City Clerk Lynn Fazekas removed Deputy Clerk Ruth Scott from her role Monday afternoon, and two hours later, City Manager Bill Nicklas reappointed Scott to the role.

City Council OKs ordinance selling land to county

SYCAMORE – Sycamore City Council approved three ordinances related to the sale of city property to DeKalb County. It allows for the sale of two subdivided plots of land located at the Engh Farmstead and 220 E. Page St.

DeKalb teachers protest while union agreement stalls as educators face day 7 with no contract

DeKALB – District 428 teachers and staff have been working now for six days without a contract, and while they staged a second protest during Tuesday’s school board meeting, no DeKalb Classroom Teachers’ Association union agreement has yet been reached.

Sandwich Fair adds free children’s entertainment area

SANDWICH – A new free entertainment area for children, the A-Z Fair Fun site, has been added at the east end of the Farm Zoo in the agriculture area of the Sandwich Fairgrounds. 

DeKalb city attorneys respond to Open Meetings Act investigation

DeKALB – City attorneys are sticking with their assertion that the DeKalb City Council did not violate the state Open Meetings Act, and have responded to an inquiry by the Attorney General’s Office.

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