Stan Nord Nord, Smith: Normal's New 15-Minute Public Comment Cutoff Not Enough By Breanna Grow • Jun 4, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT The Normal Town Council unanimously approved new rules for public comment Monday night, but not without resistance from its newest members. Payment Made In Dispute Between Nord, Town of Normal By Mary Cullen & Ryan Denham • May 28, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT The unpaid bill at the center of a legal dispute between the Town of Normal and council member Stan Nord has apparently been paid. Lawsuit Likely Between Normal Council Member And Town By Joe Deacon • May 21, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT The Town of Normal appears headed into a lawsuit with one of its new council members over an unpaid sewer tap-on fee. Connect Transit Gathers Public Input For Working Group By Breanna Grow • May 11, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT Following a public work session Saturday morning, Connect Transit's board has a better idea of what its new Connect to the Future working group should look like and what issues it should tackle. Nord: No Time To Waste On Cutting Spending, Addressing Transit Concerns By Breanna Grow • May 7, 2019 Jeff Smudde / WGLT Normal Town Council member Stan Nord wasted no time bringing up one of his central campaign issues during his first council meeting. Nord, Smith Win Normal Town Council Race; Lorenz Re-Elected By Ryan Denham, Charlie Schlenker & Mary Cullen • Apr 2, 2019 Mary Cullen / WGLT Two challengers who’ve criticized the direction of Uptown Normal redevelopment knocked off an incumbent Normal Town Council member Tuesday as they emerged as the top vote-getters in a crowded eight-way race. Council Candidate Nord Threatens Legal Action Against Town Over Tap-On Fee By Breanna Grow • Apr 2, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT A nearly 2-year dispute between the Town of Normal and town council candidate Stan Nord remained unresolved on the eve of Election Day. Normal Adds Financial Incentives To Trail East Project By Breanna Grow • Jan 8, 2019 Breanna Grow / WGLT Officials in Normal defended the Trail East project against public criticism Monday night, with the council unanimously approving two measures to keep the project moving forward. Normal Council Hopeful Claims 'Disconnect' Between Town, Public By Eric Stock • Nov 29, 2018 Eric Stock / WGLT A storage company owner says he was compelled to run for Normal Town Council because the town is spending too much on Uptown - at the expense of other businesses.