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Michael T. Mallon

Judge

Ogle County Newspapers

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Ogle County Newspapers

113-115 Peoria Avenue

Dixon, Illinois,61021

United States

Company Description

Local news and video for Ogle County, Illinois ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Receiver

Green Golf Partners


Chief Judge

15th Judicial Circuit


Attorney

Ogle County


Affiliations

Northern Illinois University

Board Member


Alumni Association

Board Member


Education

John Marshall School of Law-Chicago


J.D.

John Marshall Law School


Web References(58 Total References)


www.saukvalley.com

Roe recently was appointed, effective Jan. 7, by the Illinois Supreme Court to replace retiring Ogle County Circuit Judge Michael Mallon.


www.saukvalley.com

The state Supreme Court appointed States Attorney Ben Roe to replace retiring Ogle County Resident Circuit Judge Michael Mallon on Nov. 8, 2 days after Roe won reelection to his third term.


adserver.oglecountynews.com

At the request of Harvard State Bank, which holds the mortgage, Ogle County Judge Michael Mallon appointed Green Golf Partners receiver on April 3.


www.ringlandjohnson.com [cached]

Judge Michael Mallon signed an order to dismiss the case after the settlement was reached.
The case had been scheduled for a trial on July 10. At a June 22 hearing, Mallon issued a temporary restraining order prohibiting the county board from entering into a contract with Ringland Johnson for renovations to the courthouse. County officials had planned to sign the contract that morning. The lawsuit asked the court to award the general contract for the project to EVS, the lowest bidder, reversing the county board's 16-8 decision June 16 to hire Ringland Johnson, the second lowest bidder. The vote went against the recommendation of the Long Range Planning Committee, which favored EVS Construction. The two bids were less than $100,000 apart. EVS Construction's bid was $5,427,600 while Ringland Johnson's estimate was $5,505,967. Because the bids on the project are good only until July 11, a hearing on the lawsuit had been set for July 10, and county officials had expected Mallon to make a ruling then. But Roe said that the judge's decision under those circumstances might not have ended the dispute. "If it went to trial on the 10th, any decision could have been appealed," he said. The total cost of the courthouse project is estimated at $7.5 million. The courthouse was built in 1891 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


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Michael Mallon


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