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A complaint filed with the ...
A complaint filed with the EEOC by former Alsip treasurer Liz Gonzalez alleges that Mayor Pat Kitching sent her a number of inappropriate cards. (Chuck Berman, Chicago Tribune)
The former Alsip village treasurer has filed a civil rights complaint against Mayor Pat Kitching, claiming he fired her because she rebuffed romantic advances that included a series of flirtatiously inscribed cards he sent her on birthdays and holidays.
sent then-Treasurer Elizabeth Gonzalez more than a dozen cards, made repeated, unwanted requests for dates and attempted to kiss her
at a village function, according to a complaint Gonzalez filed in December with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
In July, after the Village Board
expanded Kitching's power to hire and fire employees, the mayor fired her
, the complaint states.
, who is married, declined comment, citing a possible lawsuit.
Dalzell, who retired as Alsip's chief of police after clashing with Kitching, said board members several months ago were given a report on an internal investigation conducted by the village attorney that found Gonzalez's claims were unsubstantiated.
"The location of this property has ...
"The location of this property has been underutilized and the village is solidly behind the development effort," said Mayor Patrick Kitching.
"We have worked with Diliberto Real Estate Services, a locally based, but national advisor in corporate and retail real estate, to assist in bringing these advantages to the forefront of the market," he added.
Mayor Patrick Kitching of ...
Mayor Patrick Kitching of Alsip is looking for historical documents or original photos pertaining to the Village of Alsip.
If you have any documents, photos, stories or information regarding Alsip , especially the early days, please contact Mayor Kitching at 708-385-6902 . Thanks
The cross had been a fixture ...
The cross had been a fixture since the 1970s, Mayor Patrick Kitching said Monday.
But after the Freedom from Religion Foundation, based in Madison, Wis., advised Kitching it would file a lawsuit demanding removal of the cross, citing separation of church and state, Kitching decided to not wage a losing and likely costly legal battle.
Mayor Patrick Kitching ...
Mayor Patrick Kitching reports former Mayor Arnie Andrews started the tradition in the 1970s.
chose not to battle the Madison, Wisconsin-based atheist group to avoid a costly legal fight, but is offended by the outcome.
"I really am.
It's a tradition, and our tradition has been slapped down," Kitching
told the Chicago Sun Times