Attorneys for Carterville Community Unit School District 5 and the Village of Cambria met Monday in Williamson County Court for a hearing on a temporary restraining order to stop Cambria from activities related to creating a residential and commercial TIF district.
The school district filed a complaint Nov. 13 asking for a permanent restraining order against Cambria, after Cambria Village Board voted Nov. 9 to a approve a residential and commercial TIF district including more than 95 percent of the village. The school district also filed a motion for a temporary restraining order at that time.
Counsel for both sides gave argument and the Judge Carey Gill took the matter under advisement. An order was filed for a substitution of judge, and the case was assigned to Judge Jeffrey Goffinet for the temporary motion and Judge Mark Clarke for all other issues.
Later, an order was filed denying the temporary restraining order.
— Marilyn Halstead