Three advisory referendums pertaining to the city of DeKalb on the agenda for the annual meeting of DeKalb Township can move forward, the DeKalb County State’s Attorney’s Office has determined
If approved at the township meeting, the referendums would be voted on by all DeKalb Township residents in the November general election. If approved in November, they could not be implemented because they are not binding.
.Legislation pending in the General Assembly – House Bill 2820 – would revise state law and require township advisory questions to pertain to township business. (The three referendum items are regarding other units of government)