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09/15/94 GLORIA REYES v. BLOOMINGDALE TOWNSHIP

APPELLATE COURT OF ILLINOIS, SECOND DISTRICT


September 15, 1994

GLORIA REYES, PETITIONER-APPELLANT,
v.
BLOOMINGDALE TOWNSHIP ELECTORAL BOARD AND PHYLLIS STAPINSKI, RESPONDENTS-APPELLEES.

Appeal from the Circuit Court of Du Page County. No. 93-MR-88. Honorable S. Keith Lewis, Judge, Presiding. Original Opinion of August 19, 1994, Reported at 638 N.E.2d 782, 265 Ill. App. 3d 69, 202 Ill. Dec. 914.

Inglis, Bowman, Quetsch

The opinion of the court was delivered by: Inglis

SUPPLEMENT TO OPINION UPON AGREED MOTION TO WITHDRAW

PRESIDING JUSTICE INGLIS delivered the opinion of the court:

In an agreed motion to withdraw, Gloria Reyes, by her attorneys, moved this court for modification of the relief granted in the opinion entered on August 19, 1994.

The agreed motion represents, in pertinent part:

"1. That after receipt from this Court of its order of August 19, 1994, the Petitioner-Appellant, Gloria Reyes, executed her Notice of Withdrawal as a candidate for the office of Township Supervisor of Bloomingdale Township * * *.

2. That subsequently, the original of the said Notice has been transmitted to the Du Page County Board of Election Commissioners, and a certified copy thereof has been transmitted to the Township Clerk of Bloomingdale Township.

3. That counsel for Petitioner-Appellant has discussed with the additional counsel for the Bloomingdale Township Officers Electoral Board * * * and with the counsel for Respondent-Appellee * * *, the transmission of the Notice of Withdrawal and the intention of Petitioner-Appellant not to burden the Township, the Election Commission, or any other candidates thereto, in view of the said notice of withdrawal.

4. That opposing counsel * * * have agreed to the withdrawal of Gloria Reyes as a candidate and to the mooting of the order for relief therein such that there will be no need for the special election."

The Court having considered the Agreed Motion to Withdraw, IT IS ORDERED that the portion of this Court's opinion entered August 19, 1994, ordering a special election for the office of township supervisor, be and hereby is vacated and no special election need be held.

BOWMAN and QUETSCH, JJ., concur.

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