Today, Sept 13, 2018, I (Janet L. Shaw) and the lawyer for Wheaton-Warrenville, CUSD 200 jointly agreed to a Stipulation for Voluntary Dismissal of Verified Complaint without Prejudice.
While the defendant (D200) has not admitted or denied any of the allegations of the Verified Complaint, they have by their actions done what the complaint requested the court mandate.
The district is submitting the question to the voters via referendum rather than proceeding without a successful referendum. We must ALL be willing to accept the voters’ decision. The question appearing on the Nov. 6, 2018 general election ballot will be:
Shall the Board of Education of Wheaton Warrenville Community Unit School District Number 200, DuPage County, Illinois, build and equip a new early childhood center without levying a separate, special property tax to finance the costs thereof?
The school district needs to be forthcoming about the cost of the proposed new building and how they plan to afford it without increasing taxes, increasing debt (future taxes) or cutting programs for the students while still maintaining all other facilities.