Wheatland Township Elected Officials
Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Page
12337S. Route 59, Suite #117
4232 Tower Court
Chief FOIA Officer:
12337 S. Route 59, Suite #111
Karl Karantonis, Frank King, Doug Haddad and Joe Hudetz
Public Body Description: Wheatland Township local government body representing the jurisdiction of Wheatland Township a thirty-six square mile township located in Will County Illinois. Elected officials are elected for a four year term. The last election was April 2009 and the next election will be April 2013.
Public Body Purpose: Wheatland Township provides the following services to unincorporated Wheatland Township: Development planning and Road Maintenance. In addition it provides assessment of real property for taxation and general assistance to both incorporated and unincorporated areas of Wheatland Township.
Public Body Budget: Fiscal year begins April 1, of each year. 2009 Budget Amount: $1,648,406.19
Public Body Employees: Full Time: _____11______ Part Time: ____ 2_____
How to get public information: Anyone who wants to get public information will be referred to as a Requestor. A Requestor must submit a FOIA Request to the Public Body’s FOIA Officer in writing. The FOIA Request does not have to be submitted on any specific form. However, a FOIA Officer may offer a form for efficiency on typically requested information. The FOIA Request does not have to state the person’s name or the reason the person is seeking the information. The FOIA Request should include contact information for the requestor in the event the terminology used in the request is not clear or specific enough for the FOIA Officer to understand what information is being requested. More FOIA Information available at www.illinoisattorneygeneral.gov
FOIA Request Fees: For black and white copies the first 50 copies are free. Over 50 copies the fee is $00.15 payable in advance. For color copies or abnormal size copies, the charge is the actual cost of copying. Electronic data when available is the fee for the recording medium such as a CD.
FOIA Request Time Line: Normally the FOIA Request should be ready for pickup 5-working days after the FOIA Officer receives the FOIA Request. The FOIA Officer must notify the requestor in writing within 5-business days if the FOIA Request will take an additional 5-business days. To extend the time more than 10-business days will require a written agreement between the Requestor and the FOIA Officer.