The Huntley Farmside
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PRESORTED STANDARD CAH-RT, SORT U.S. Postage PAID Press Publications Volume 40 No. 4 Inside Kk C«r;^0-Lfi ' CNg iiJW 3(>K . ¦¦ — Opinions, eiitorials Should Illinois legislators sup¬ port the public's right to know by backing a bill requiring gov¬ ernmental bodies to reveal how much it paid to settle a lawsuit? Page? Lions choose winner Huntley Lions and Lionesses judged 41 posters for the Peace Poster contest. Page 4 ECC CenterStage Hubbard Street Dance Chicago appears for the CenterStage Series at Elgin Community College Feb. 5 and 6. Page 13 Your hometown newspaper Thursday, January 27,2000 ® 2000 Press-Republican Newspapers V'X'ii'<44it.tt«iSli4tXi!aiiaXMS«S«>4«>Siyj'Ki'tlt Photo by Mark Busch Sun City buried in snow . Construction continues at Del Webb's Sun City. Village officials recently approved more plats of homes for the retirement community, bringing the total number of homes to well over 1500. The community hopes to have more than 6,000 units in place by the time the community is completed. Harmony Road campus gains liaison officer Huntley Police Department assigned its first patrol to Huntley Middle/High School by Christopher Petersen The Huntley Farmside Students at Huntley Middle/High School are going to have to get used to seeing a cop patrolling their halls. The Huntley Police Department has assigned its first liaison officer to the Harmony Road campus. Matthew Madey, a Drug Abuse Resistance Education officer with the department, will split his time between the village and the school, working afternoons with students in the DARE program, said Huntley Police Chief Randy Walters. For now, Walters said, Madey will work in the school for one semes¬ ter, but after the middle school students move to theii- new location, the job could become more complicated and Madey could be assigned "If they have a problem with laws and what's going on in the community, they can discuss it." -Randy Walters Huntley Police chief to both schools full-time. Madey's job for the school will include on-site security for the building, as well as working with DARE students. Madey also handles traffic caused by high school students leaving at the end of the school day. "I know it's been really j helpful at the end of the day," ; Walters said. ;- Walters went on to say that Madey's job will not be so much as a law officer assigned to patrol the school, but to serve as someone students can bring their concerns to. "If they have a problem with laws and what's ^oing on in the com¬ munity, they can, discuss it," Walters said. Walters said that he hopes the students at the school will develop a rapport with Madey and feel that they can talk to him as a peer, not just a police officer.
|Title||The Huntley Farmside|
|Creator||The Huntley Farmside|
|Coverage||Huntley, Illinois, United States|
|Description||Weekly Newspaper from the Huntley Area Public Library Collection|
|Rights||This material may be protected by U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S. Code).|
|Publisher||This Collection was digitized and loaded into CONTENTdm by OCLC Preservation Service Center (Bethlehem, PA) for the Huntley Area Public Library.|
|Source||Reproduction of library's print newspaper archives|