Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 9/11/2019 - 7:00 PM
Category: Consent Agenda Items
Type: Action
Subject: Approval of Resolution Regarding Petition for Detachment and Annexation
Vision 2022:
Policy: 7.60 - Resident Students
Background: Previously, the Regional Office of Education received a Petition for Detachment and Annexation from a resident who resides at 28W070 Mack Road in Wheaton. The petition requested detachment from West Chicago Elementary District 33 and West Chicago High School District 94, and attachment to CUSD 200. At the time, the Board of Education approved a resolution taking a neutral position on the petition for detachment. The original petition was subsequently pulled for procedural reasons.
File Attachment:
Resolution re Detachment Annexation Petition.9.11.19.pdf
Summary: Since the time of the original petition, a second petition was filed. The second petition was also withdrawn. The district is now in receipt of a third petition. As with the first two petitions, it is recommended that the district should neither support nor oppose but should remain neutral with respect to the grant or denial of the requested detachment. The attached resolution would indicate the intent to stay neutral on this matter, and once approved be submitted to the Regional Office of Education for consideration in this matter.
Funding:
Recommendation: It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the Resolution Regarding Petition for Detachment and Annexation.
Approvals:
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Bill Farley - Assist. Superintendent
Signed By:
Jeff Schuler - Superintendent
Vote Results:

Original Motion
Member Chris Crabtree Moved, Member Ginna Ericksen seconded to approve the Original motion 'It is recommended that the Board of Education approve the Resolution Regarding Petition for Detachment and Annexation.'. Upon a Roll-Call Vote being taken, the vote was: Aye: 6 Nay: 0.
The motion Carried 6 - 0
   
Brad Paulsen     Yes
Jim Mathieson     Yes
Chris Crabtree     Yes
Ginna Ericksen     Yes
Susan Booton     Yes
Dave Long     Yes