The future of the Naperville Township Road District again will be in voters’ hands April 2, as the township is moving forward with a binding referendum asking whether to dissolve the district and have its responsibilities assumed by township government.

For the second local election in a row, Naperville Township voters will face a binding referendum about management of a small unit of government that maintains about 15 miles of roads — the Naperville Township Road District.

In 2017, the question asked if voters wanted to merge the road district with the Lisle Township Road District to form one agency, effective May 2021. Voters said “yes.”

SOURCE (Marie Wilson Daily Herald) >> CONTINUE READING