Namoeki Township Highway
Nameoki Township Granite City Pontoon Beach
Nameoki Township Highway Department Don Moore
Nameoki Township Granite City Pontoon Beach Illinois
(C) 2015 - Nameoki Township Highway Department, Granite City, Illinois - Last updated February 2016
2016
Nameoki Township Meetings
7:00 pm - 2nd & 4th Monday
of the month, at the
Nameoki Township Hall
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April 11 & 25
May 9 & May 23
June 13 & 27
July 11 & 25
August 8 & 22
September 12 & 26
October 11 & October 24
November 14 & 28
December 12 & 27
January 9 & 23, 2017
SAVE THE DATE!
The 2016 Nameoki Township Road Department
Pet Vaccination Clinic
will be held on
Saturday, June 4, 2016
Click here for all the details and price list!
DID YOU KNOW....

DILLON’S RULE - Article VII, Section 8 of the Illinois Constitution:

Townships
, school districts, special districts and units,
designated by law as units of local government, which exercise limited
governmental powers or powers in respect to
limited governmental subjects shall have only powers granted by law.

In plain language it means that if there is no statute permitting a
township or road district (or official) to perform a function or
service, the government or official may not carry out
that function regardless of how much it’s needed or wanted.

If the statutes are silent (do not mention) regarding a particular
power or function, it does not exist.

If the power doesn’t exist, the government (or official)
may not perform the service.

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THE NAMEOKI TOWNSHIP HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT
LARGE ITEM PICK UP WILL BE
Monday, April 4th through Friday, April 8th
Please visit our "Large Item Pick Up" page
by
clicking here, for all information and
guidelines

Pursuant to the fundamental
philosophy of the American
constitutional form of
government, it is declared to be
the public policy of the State of
Illinois that all persons are
entitled to full and complete
information regarding the affairs
of government and the official
acts and policies of those who
represent them as public
officials and public employees
consistent with the terms of this
Act. Such access is necessary to
enable the people to fulfill their
duties of discussing public
issues fully and freely, making
informed political judgments
and monitoring government to
ensure that it is being
conducted in the public interest.
- Illinois Freedom of Information
Act, 5 ILCS 140/1.
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