Tuesday, March 11, 2008

County Executive Kehl resigns

Kenosha County Executive Allan K. Kehl, indicted by a federal grand jury last month, is resigning effective at the end of this month.

Kehl faces arraignment in federal court Friday on charges relating to alleged illegal campaign contributions.

Kehl's resignation will mean that the county board chairman, currently Terry W. Rose, will serve as acting county executive until the board approves a temporary successor, appointed by Rose, to serve until a special election.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It is with great pleasure that I nominate Alex Tiahnybok for County Executive!

He seems to know just about everything necessary to hold any position and seems to have a good solid reasonable plan to correct almost any wrong. On top of it the board meetings are already on ch 25. He can just kick back and fix all the problems. Here's your first vote.