Barrington Town Hall

March 29, 2019

Cook County Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison announces town hall in Barrington 

Commissioner Morrison invites public to town hall in Barrington on April 15 at 6:30 p.m. Click here for the Daily Herald coverage.

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. –March 29, 2019—Cook County Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison will host his first town hall since he was sworn into office in Barrington. The town hall will be held on Monday, April 15 at 6:30 p.m. at Barrington Middle School-Prairie Campus. Commissioner Kevin Morrison will provide an update on his work on behalf of the 15th District and will answer questions from the audience. 

The 15th District is full of civically engaged citizens who are passionate about their communities and I’m committed to providing opportunities for my constituents to speak to me in person about the issues important to them,” said Commissioner Kevin Morrison. “Elected officials must be accountable to their constituents, and I plan to hear from as many as possible.”    

Commissioner Morrison represents the Townships of Barrington, Elk Grove, Hanover, and Schaumburg. As a part of his commitment to be accessible to his constituents, Commissioner Morrison will hold a town hall meeting in each of these townships this year.  

The Town Hall is free and open to the public. For more information, contact (847)-519-7674 or email Details about the Town Hall are below. 

Town Hall with Commissioner Kevin Morrison 

Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 6:30 PM 
Barrington Middle School’s Prairie Campus 
40 E. Dundee Road
Barrington, IL 60010
Library Media Center (enter through Door 1)   

About Cook County Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison:
Cook County Commissioner Kevin B. Morrison represents the 15th District which includes the Townships of Barrington, Elk Grove, Hanover and Schaumburg, as well as parts of Palatine and Wheeling Townships. A native of Elk Grove Village with a background in public service, Commissioner Morrison serves as Vice Chair of the Human Relations and Tax Delinquency committees and his core issues include improving access to mental health services and providing development opportunities and support for small businessesFor information, please contact the Commissioner’s office by calling (312) 603-6388 or visiting