WELCOME to the official Freedom Township, LaSalle County, Illinois website. Please check the monthly minutes periodically to know the status of items under consideration. Mike O'Regan has assumed the duties of Township Supervisor, as successor to Ralph Freebairn. His term will run until Spring, 2021, and was sworn in on May 23, 2017.
The township information on the site includes:
Board meeting dates and minutes
Youth program information
How to contact Township officials
Freedom of Information Act request form
2017 Meeting Schedule & Annual Township Meeting Information
Freedom Township location in LaSalle County, Il.
Any special meeting agenda is posted at Harding School, the church, and community building in Harding. The regular meeting agendas are posted at least 48 hours before the monthly meeting takes place at Harding Grade School library.
Regular meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month and are posted on the website, in the Earlville Post and at the school.
A Special Meeting will be held on June 30, 2017 at 7:30 PM, Harding School library.
Annual Town Meeting held in April
The Annual Town Hall meeting is held the second Tuesday of April each year. A moderator, which may be any resident present at the meeting, is selected to chair the meeting. The meeting notice and the agenda is published in the newspaper two weeks in advance of the meeting. All voters and audience present at the meeting sign the attendance log.
Public Comments, Proposals, Requests
Any resident of Freedom Township may request an item be placed on a meeting agenda by contacting the Supervisor, Township Clerk or a Trustee. A resident may comment, or present a proposal during the Public Comments portion of the meeting.
Contacting your Township trustees by phone call or mail on any matter of concern to be placed on the agenda is needed before the required 48 hours when the agenda is posted. Elected officials can be found at this link, Officials. A written statement may also be sent to Trustees or the clerk to be read during Public Comments portion of the agenda, or the statement may be presented in person at the meeting. All requests to speak must be recognized by the chair at the meeting.