Wednesday, December 19, 2012
After a thorough investigation, village says Joseph Kenney will remain in his job.
The Village’s investigation into an employee charged last week with DUI is complete. Glenview officials say after a thorough investigation into the Dec. 12 incident, Joseph Kenney, the director of capital projects and inspection services, remains employed with the village. According to the village’s policy, they used an independent counsel, who worked with Glenview’s human resources director, to perform an internal investigation, said Don Owen, deputy village manager. Village Manager Todd Hileman reviewed the investigation and Kenney remains employed by Glenview, Owen said. One of the factors looked at was whether Kenney was driving village property during the incident, which he was not, Owen said. During the incident, Glenview Police …
Monday, December 17, 2012
Joseph Kenney, the village's director of capital projects and inspection services, was arrested Dec. 12.
Glenview's director of capital projects and inspection services was charged with DUI and improper lane usage after being pulled over early in the morning on Dec. 12 by Glenview Police, according to the Chicago Tribune. Joseph Kenney, 36, of Deerfield, was released on bond and is still employed by the village, the article says. Glenview Village Manager Todd Hileman told the Tribune that an independent counsel is being brought in, per village procedure, to work with the human resources department on an independent investigation. For more local news, like Glenview Patch's Facebook page or sign up for our free newsletter.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Village Board learns master plan is working.
After Glenview experienced a record rainfall July 22-23, the Village Board learned Tuesday at its regularly scheduled meeting that efforts to deal with storm water management are beginning to make a difference. Capital Projects Director Joseph Kenney briefed the board on the progress of the multi-pronged effort of the Storm Water Management Task Force master plan to rein in flooding that affects Glenview each time there is heavy storm. He also gave a brief report on the record 6.41 inches of rainfall. Related: Record Rains Hit Glenview “We want to eliminate severe backups, reduce the risk of flooding and over the long term improve the drainage system,” Kenney said. Some of the projects are joint efforts with other governmental agencies…