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Frankfort Star (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Frankfort, Illinois Legislation takes aim at $500,000 in salaries by Diane Ross Springfield rep. Loleta Didrickson said last week she intends to pursue legislation to eliminate More than $500,000 in a a unnecessary salaries for the state Board of elections and others. The Bill in its original form did not win endorsement by the House rules committee which clears Bills for consideration in even numbered years. However provisions of the Bill can be added to other legislation during the general Assembly session. A a we re always talking about stopping tax hikes but we have yet to get at spending a Didrickson said. A this $500,000 in salaries we re talk ing about is the tip of the a in some instances the members of these boards done to even have to leave the Comfort of their Homes. In fact the state Board of elections has been known to hold meetings by conference Call a she said. A just think of it these people can sit at Home listen in on a conference Call and collect anywhere from $20,000 on up a Didrickson a Flossmoor said she and the other sponsors of the Bill rep. Tom Ryder a Jerseyville and rep. Dave Harris a Arlington Heights believe they will gain support for their proposed salary cuts because of the state compensation review boards recently proposed salary increases. The compensation Board recommends salary Levels for the governor and other top executive Branch officials the legislature and state judges. It recently proposed increases averaging about 14 percent. The hikes will take effect automatically unless the general Assembly rejects them. Didrickson said the Board has recommended salary increases for the elections Board state labor relations Board local labor relations Board and educational labor relations Board. She said the four boards have a total of 17 members and meet an average of 12 times a year. The educational labor relations Board meets More often 29 times so far this fiscal year but should be held to the same standards As the others Didrickson said. The Bill would remove the four boards from the jurisdiction of the compensation review Board eliminate the salaries of the 17 state Board members and replace the salaries with a Flat $100 per diem for each meeting and reimbursement for expenses. Didrickson provided information on the salaries the boards Are re questing for fiscal 1991, which begins july i and the salaries the compensation review Board is recommending a the state Board of elections chairman vice chairman and six members wants $174,460, but or by a recommendation was not immediately available a the state labor relations Board chairman and two members wants $149,238, cry recommends $175,967 a the local labor relations Board chairman and two members wants $141,564, cry recommends $169,683 and a the educational labor relations Board chairman and two Mem Bers wants $149,238, cry recommends $175,967. A for fiscal 1991, these boards Are asking for More than $575,000 in salaries a Ryder said in a statement. A a it a ludicrous to ask the taxpayers of this state to pay salaries of $50,000 and More for Little More than 40 hours of work per a if these were full time jobs that might not seem outrageous a Harris said. A but this does no to have to be their Only Means of income. In fact in the Case of the state Board of elections most members hold other interstate news service modern materials key new University course increasingly All americans face decisions that require some scientific knowledge of materials. Should the baby Wear disposable or cloth diapers what method of generating electricity is most environmentally benign and Cost effective University of Illinois professor Carl j. Alstetter has designed a class for this fall to provide conscience majors with the background they need for modern life. A introduction to materials technology will help students develop a a technological basis for understanding the role of materials in their lives and their futures a he said. Alstetter does not expect no specialists to understand his research papers such As a internal Hydrogen effects on tensile properties of Iron base and Nickel base rather tackle such questions As what a the difference Between a semiconductor and a superconductor How do fiber optic Telephone lines work what a a polymer a More and More advances in Industrial development and global Competition Are determined by our ability to develop appropriate materials a Alstetter said. A your objective is to provide the background to students not planning on becoming scientists or engineers. A a third of the course or 14 lectures will focus on principles of materials behaviour and another eight lectures will be on synthesis and processing so the Stu please turn to Page a-10quality floor covering outlet outdoor carpets amp grass on Sale everyday Low prices on Brand name carpet Ceramic amp Vinyl tile Sheet Vinyl. Residential commercial builder contracts. 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The Bill had not been considered in committee by fridays deadline but the House voted 67-19 to bypass committee and move the Bill to the floor. Regan a Crete said the chairman of the House Energy and environment committee rep. Myron hulas a Chicago wanted to kill the Bill. Hulas said a number of solid waste Bills were not scheduled for a hearing because they will be considered later by a House democratic task Force studying the Overall solid waste Issue. A a in a in favor of composts and we the legislature Are the ones requiring it a Regan told the House. He referred to a Law enacted two years ago that requires grass clippings and other Yard waste to be composted rather than land filled starting july i. A but there Are three composts being proposed in my legislative District now and that is getting a Little out of hand a Regan said. One of them is proposed for Matteson and two for Crete he said. 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