State Rep. Anna Moeller’s End of Session Newsletter includes info about events in Kane county and information about what is happening in our state legislature. Anna serves the 43rd district of IL. Below is a summary of the newsletter and a link for more information.
Health news: The Pfizer vaccine is approved for children who are 12 and over. The Kane County vaccine site at the Eastside Recreation Center in Elgin takes walk-ins or appointments, and they need volunteers.
Recently, Anna sponsored some legislation that passed both houses:
-Legislation to protect students who are victims of sexual assault and harassment
-Legislation that will reform nursing facility rates and bring about improvements for residents in the nursing homes, using state and federal dollars
-Legislation that will bring down the local government’s cost of infrastructure improvements
The legislature also passed bills that increased virtual health services and affordable housing. Click here to see how the new balanced budget that passed will benefit our county and state.
Sunday, August 8: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Simmons Park, 1201 E. Indian Trail, Aurora
Back to school Bash
Free school supplies for Kids: K-12
Event is open to the public: DJ, entertainment, and special guests
To donate or volunteer, go to imperfectangels.org
St. Charles Township
The retirement of Judge James Murphy left an empty seat in the 16th Judicial Circuit. On Monday, July 16, the Illinois Supreme Court appointed Kane County Assistant State’s Attorney Bianca Camargo as Circuit Court Judge to fill the empty position.
Camargo worked her way through college and received her bachelor’s degree and juris doctorate from Northern Illinois University. She served as a victim advocate while in college before becoming an assistant state’s attorney in 2010. In addition to being a member of the Kane County Bar Association, she is also a member of the Protection of Individuals with Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System Task Force.
Camargo brings a wealth of experience to the position and serves as an inspiration to young girls willing to work hard to achieve their dreams. She was born in Aurora and has lived in Kane County since 1983.