Friday, May 10, 2013
Lisa Madigan is suing an Antioch-based company for home repair fraud involving storm victims from Highland Park and other communities.
Friday, May 10
Attorney General Lisa Madigan today filed a lawsuit against a Chicago area “storm chaser” home repair firm for failing to complete contracted projects and for failing to pay its supplier, resulting in thousands of dollars of liens put on customers’ homes. Madigan filed the lawsuit this week in Lake County Circuit Court against Perfect Restorations, based in Antioch, and company owners James Novack, James Hauser and Bruce Faber. Homeowners in Highland Park and the following communities were allegedly defauded by Perfect Restorations: Antioch, Grayslake, Gurnee, Ingleside, Lake In The Hills, Lake Villa, Lindenhurst, Round Lake Beach and Schaumburg. The lawsuit alleges Perfect Restorations marketed its services to homeowners in need of …
Monday, April 29, 2013
The community is invited to the Immigration Assistance Program event on May 4 at Highland Park High School, hosted by the Illinois Attorney General's Office.
The City of Highland Park in conjunction with the Office of the Illinois Attorney General presents an opportunity to learn more about the Immigration Assistance Program at an informational event on Saturday, May 4 at 9:30 a.m. at Highland Park High School at 433 Vine St., in the Commons Room. "This is a great opportunity for residents to bring any specific questions they may have about their rights as well as immigration reform," said Mayor Nancy R. Rotering. A team of Attorney General staff will present in English and in Spanish on a multitude of topics to include renters’ rights, employee rights, fair housing and drivers licenses for immigrants as well as specific information about access to college. Updates concerning the new …
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran wants to keep his current position for another term.
After announcing last December that he was considering a bid for attorney general in 2014, Lake County Sheriff Mark Curran, of Libertyville, said he now intends to seek a third term as sheriff, reported the Daily Herald. “I have decided to run for re-election for Lake County Sheriff. I have been entrusted for the past six years with the responsibilities as Sheriff of Lake County. This opportunity has allowed me to work alongside outstanding law enforcement professionals as well as to serve and protect the wonderful people of Lake County,” said Curran in a prepared statement, reported the Lake County News-Sun. “We have much to accomplish going forward and I am excited for the challenges that lie ahead of us as well as proud of our …