Area representatives address state, local issues

  • State Sen. Terry Link talks about state budgetary issues as U.S. congressman Robert Dold, right, listens Monday during the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. State Representatives Carol Sente and Ed Sullivan Jr. are to Link's left.

      State Sen. Terry Link talks about state budgetary issues as U.S. congressman Robert Dold, right, listens Monday during the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. State Representatives Carol Sente and Ed Sullivan Jr. are to Link's left. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • State Sen. Terry Link, left, talks with U.S. congressman Robert Dold after Monday's Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce.

      State Sen. Terry Link, left, talks with U.S. congressman Robert Dold after Monday's Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Lake County Board Vice Chairwoman Carol Calabresa discusses local issues as state representatives Ed Sullivan, Jr. and Carol Sente listen during Monday the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce.

      Lake County Board Vice Chairwoman Carol Calabresa discusses local issues as state representatives Ed Sullivan, Jr. and Carol Sente listen during Monday the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

  • Business professionals and government representatives listen to legislative leaders Monday during the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce.

      Business professionals and government representatives listen to legislative leaders Monday during the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville. Government representatives from the national, state and county level discussed concerns with members of the GLMV Chamber of Commerce. Gilbert R. Boucher II | Staff Photographer

 
By Gilbert R. Boucher II
gboucher@dailyheald.com
Updated 11/2/2015 2:38 PM

About 70 business professionals and government officials listened to legislative leaders discuss local and state issues Monday during the Multi-Chamber 2015 Annual Fall Legislative Breakfast at Advocate Condell Conference Center in Libertyville.

The legislative forum included U.S. congressman Robert Dold, State Sen. Terry Link, State representatives Carol Sente and Ed Sullivan Jr., and Lake County Board members Carol Calabresa and Charles Bartels.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The event was sponsored by the GLMV Chamber of Commerce and the legislative leaders spoke about issues concerning the state budget, the proposed Route 53/120 extension, term limits, finance reform and redistricting reform.

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