Hope Creek Care Center advisory board president resigns, wants board dissolved

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EAST MOLINE, Illinois -- The president of Hope Creek Care Center's advisory board resigned on Jan. 15 with a message - dissolve the board.

President Jessey Hullon told News 8 the board is not effective. He said the responsibilities of the board should be returned to elected officials on the Rock Island County Board.

"It was a pleasure to serve the citizens of Rock Island County and the great employees of this outstanding facility," Hullon wrote in an email. "Please accept this email as a letter of my resignation."

The advisory board was created in 2016.

Related: RICO Board approves analysis of Hope Creek Care Center

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