BARRINGTON HILLS, Ill. (CBS) — A man’s fight to bring boys from violent Chicago neighborhoods to Barrington Hills hit another roadblock Tuesday.Recreational Marijuana Sales In Illinois On Pace To More Than Double 2020 Total Of $670 Million
He has been working on approval from the Village of Barrington Hills since 2018, and he claims he has submitted the proper paperwork.
The topic got contentious during a meeting Tuesday night. Several people spoke on Wallace’s behalf, while others questioned his motives.READ MORE: One Dead, Two Injured In Fiery Crash On I-88 In Naperville
One woman said, “There won’t be any oversight,” and “no protection.”
“I’m probably at my peak with this level of racism or discrimination that exists – it’s shocking,” Wallace said.MORE NEWS: Suspected Gang Leader Jason Brown, Already Accused Of Supporting ISIS, Now Faces Additional Drug, Gun Charges
Wallace said he will talk to his attorneys about his options.