Larry Canning did not violate election law during his recent re-election to the Bremen High School District 228 Board of Education, an Illinois State Board of Elections (SBE) hearing officer determined recently.
A 2015 graduate of Tinley Park High School stunned everyone at a recent meeting of the High School District 228 Board of Education when he demanded that board member Larry Canning be removed or resign after behaving like a “bully,” according to the Tinley Park Patch.
Sen. Andy Manar (D-Bunker Hill) is demanding a state investigation after the Kankakee Times reported on the anticipated district-by-district financial impact of his Senate Bill 1, which promises to change the state's formula for dispensing money to public schools.
Mark Johnson and Patrick Gordon feel confident that their election complaints filed against Bremen Community High School District 228 Board of Education member Larry Canning will have their day in court, so to speak.
A video that surfaced well before the April 4 consolidated election is returning to the limelight as some question whether the Bremen Township government authorized potential ethics violations for political gain.
At the monthly Bremen High School District 228 Board of Education meeting, board member Larry Canning scuffled with audience members after shouting down his colleagues, ultimately resulting in the arrest of a man who Canning claimed assaulted him.
Debi Stearns wants to remind voters why her predecessor, Larry Canning, was ousted as the president of the Bremen High School District 228 Board of Education just a few months years after being elected.