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June 23, 2024

DuPage Township Supervisor calls it quits after 18 years –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On January 16, 2019

Bolingbrook, IL. (ECWd) –

During the January 15, 2019 DuPage Township Board of Trustees meeting, Supervisor William Mayer announced his last day as Supervisor would be Tuesday, January 22, 2019.

He states he was offered a business opportunity that was too good to pass up, and that he was retiring from his position as a Supervisor after 18 years in DuPage Township. While he called his departure a retirement, we believe it was nothing more than a resignation in the wake of numerous scandals in the Township.

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  • Mike
    Posted at 23:04h, 16 January Reply

    If I get caught with my hand in the cookie jar can I quit so it just all goes away without any consequences?

    • Frank Rizzo
      Posted at 00:54h, 18 January Reply

      Nice work if you can get it!

  • Bill Mayer DID resign
    Posted at 23:19h, 16 January Reply

    Not before he and his lying wife got one more lie in. His wife was selfish, she couldn’t let his last meeting end peacefully. He things his “retirement” means no more investigation. Is that true? And can the other board members that he lied on over the past few months Raga and Benford sue the two of them for all of those lies and personal attacks? I hope they do. Didn’t you guys say he was behind on child support? Well maybe his new opportunity will help him take care of his kids. Oliver obviously doesn’t care about his kids. And who will deliver that Oliver lady her academy award at the next meeting? Did she wipe away a fake tear?

  • Sic 'Em Watchdogs!
    Posted at 13:21h, 17 January Reply

    Another elected official decides to do something else, after scrutiny – – Thanks!

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