Three years ago ...
PRINCETON — It was three years ago this month that University of Illinois Extension administrators announced a series of public meetings to gather information about a reorganization of Extension. Reduced funds from the state and the university required $7 million in cuts, and those cuts would result in a consolidated administrative structure, closing center offices, and staff reductions.
Today, almost all of the fears expressed at those meetings have not come to pass.
“Since the statewide reorganization, things are going very well,” said Jill Guynn, director for the multi-county unit that includes Bureau, LaSalle, Marshall and Putnam counties.
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