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July 6, 2022

Iroquois County – Case and point – No power given to contract employment – Part 3

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On March 23, 2017

Iroquois Co. (ECWd) –

As pointed out in Part I and Part II, there are numerous problems with the contract validity as it relates to the ETS Board and their employee with a title of 911 Coordinator.

As the two County Ordinances make clear, no power was ever given for the ETSB to enter into contracts, let alone multi-year contracts for a person to perform their statutory duty.

Without the power given, they can not take the liberty to just do what they want.

Dillon’s rule is the law of the land.

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