It seems that even the DuPage County Circuit Court can’t resolve the differences between the College of DuPage and the Village of Glen Ellyn. Both parties recently went to court to resolve the issue of control over the college’s building codes and ordinances.
“The motions for the summary judgment by both parties are denied,” read a letter from Judge Terence M. Sheen to the College of DuPage.
They claim no decision has been made, but according to the Daily Herald, Glen Ellyn Village Attorney Stewart Diamond said the ruling confirms the regulation authority of the village and municipalities across the state. The college recently sent the village a new intergovernmental agreement.
The disagreement began in 2007 when the college opted out of their intergovernmental agreement saying it was too one-sided. Village and college lawyers have been back and forth for the past year and cod threatened to pursue de-annexation.
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