Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Mark McDonald and David Tepper deny charges they planned to bilk the DuPage County Forest Preserve of $150,000.
Mark McDonald and David Tepper, two former administrators at the DuPage County Forest Preserve, pleaded not guilty to charges they schemed to steal $150,000 from the forest preserve, the Daily Herald reported Tuesday. McDonald, 52, of Wheaton and Tepper, 49, of River Forest were arraigned Tuesday on 140 charges each of theft, accepting kickbacks and official misconduct. Keep up with area news: Get free daily newsletters for Darien Patch and Woodridge Patch. Authorities say the men planned to bilk the forest preserve of about $150,000. In the first plan, involving McDonald's and Tepper's company Integrated Design Solutions, the two former employees billed and received more than $90,000 from the forest preserve for equipment and services …
Arif Mahmood, a former contractor charged with stealing more than $10,000 from the DuPage County Forest Preserve District, pleads not guilty to 37 felony counts including theft, accepting kickbacks and official misconduct.
One of three men charged in a scandal at the DuPage County Forest Preserve District pleaded not guilty Monday to 37 felony counts, the Daily Herald reported. He was indicted earlier this month on counts including theft by deception, accepting kickbacks and official misconduct. Keep up with Wheaton news: sign up for our free daily newsletter. Then like us on Facebook for a slightly different take. Mahmood, 37, of Glendale Heights, allegedly worked as a contractor with the forest preserve and worked with former forest preserve employees Mark McDonald, 53, of the 1000 block of Childs Street in Wheaton, and David Tepper, 49, of the 300 block of Franklin Avenue in River Forest, in a scheme to steal from the government agency, according to the …
Monday, July 9, 2012
Posted by Forest Preserve District of DuPage County
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Monday, July 9, 2012
For more information on the many programs and places of the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, call 630-933-7200, or visit dupageforest.org. Monday, July 9 Children’s Farm Chores — Kids, learn firsthand how 1890s children helped around the house and farm. On Mondays, help with mom’s chores; on Thursdays, dad’s. 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 p.m. at Kline Creek Farm, 1N600 County Farm Road in West Chicago. Free. Registration not required. Call 630-876-5900. Children’s Story Hour — Spread a blanket on the ground, and enjoy an hour of popular children’s stories from the 1890s. 10 – 11 a.m. at Kline Creek Farm, 1N600 County Farm Road in West Chicago. Free. Registration not required. Call 630-876-5900. Tuesday, July 10 Volunteer Native-Plant-…
Monday, January 2, 2012
Help out the environment and recycle your holiday trees or lights by following these easy tips.
The holidays are officially over and as the new year begins, residents across Bolingbrook are taking down their festive decorations. Each year, millions of trees and lights are sent to landfills when they could be recycled. Here are a few ways to make your holiday trees and lights keep on giving. To recycle live holiday trees: To recycle artificial holiday trees: String lights: