Citizens Against Casino Gaming seek records on Springfield consultant contract and costs


SPRINGFIELD – Michael T. Kogut, chairman of Citizens Against Casino Gaming, announced on Friday that he has submitted a request for public records from the city, detailing its contract and all costs related to the hire of a casino consultant.

Kogut, in a letter to the Law Department, asked for a copy of the contract with the consultant, Shefsky & Froelich, of Chicago, and for all invoices and charges which the city has paid to date.