Public hearing next step in fight to keep DCC open
Dwight mayor says he's ready to make the case for the community
DWIGHT, Ill. — Dwight Mayor Bill Wilkey sees Wednesday night's public hearing about the expected closure of Dwight Correctional Center as an opportunity.
“I’m really looking forward to the public hearing,” Wilkey said. "After many meetings over the past few weeks in preparation for this hearing, I just can’t wait for us to make our case to keep Dwight open.”
The public hearing for the closure of Dwight Correctional Center is set for 4 p.m. this Wednesday, April 4, 2012, at Dwight Township High School, 801 S. Franklin St., Dwight, Ill.
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