Cook County State's Attorney Lawsuit

Community Meeting – May 17, 2018 

Mayor Egofske and members of the Lemont Village Board are hosting an informational meeting for the residents and property owners affected by the Cook County State’s Attorney lawsuit against the Village of Lemont.  The Village has been actively defending against this action and desires to give updates on the status of the case. 


The meeting is intended for those specifically targeted by the action brought by the Cook County State’s Attorney including Village residents and property owners along Bell Road and the residential subdivisions of Kettering Estates, Enclave at Kettering, Glens of Connemara and Red Drive.     


The Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 17, 2018, at 6:30 p.m. at the Lemont Police Department at 14600 127th Street.


This is the first of a series of meetings as the case progresses.  If you are unable to attend please contact the Village’s Administration Office at 630-257-1590 or for information from the meeting and future meetings dates. 

The Village of Lemont received notification in July of a lawsuit filed by the Cook County State's Attorney challenging the Village's annexation of 17 parcels of property.

The Village prepared a Public Notice and a Statement from the Mayor. You can view these, and the lawsuit at the following links in a pdf:

State's Attorney Lawsuit
Statement from Mayor Reaves
Public Notice from the Village of Lemont

Questions regarding the lawsuit can be directed to Village Administrator, George Schafer, by calling 630-257-1590 or email

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