One night after the Clarendon Hills Village Board voted down the same item, the Hinsdale Board of Trustees pulled from its Tuesday night a vote on placing an advisory referendum on the April 9 ballot regarding the proposed Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills police department merger.
"The idea of a referendum first came form residents of Clarendon Hills," Hinsdale Village President Tom Cauley said. "Our thinking was that if the Clarendon Hills board voted in favor, we should do likewise to stay in lockstep with them."
But since the Clarendon Hills board did not pass placement of the referendum after lots of discussion Monday night, Cauley said it's best that the Hinsdale board not act on the item.
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There are plenty of ways to keep up on Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills news:
- Police Merger: Social Security Benefits 'Big Hurdle' in FOP Negotiations
- Police Merger: Patti Bellock Says Referendum Idea Came From Residents
- Police Merger: Clarendon Hills Board Says No to April Referendum