The man who has taken on Ken Koehler‘s sale of the old Flowerwood nursery property on County Club Road to Metra for a commuter rail passenger station–and I mean really taken him on–is calling for other county board members and candidates to complete the Alliance for Land, Agriculture and Water’s questionnaire.
The raising of eyebrows about the purchase stimulated Metra to issue this information.
Craig Steagal is not running against Koehler in District 2, however. Steagall lives north of the Crystal Lake Avenue township boundary line in District 3.
So far, one candidate in District 2 and three candidates in District 3, one candidate in District 5 and two candidates in District 6 have filled out the forms with ALAW, the consideration of which was sent to the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office for review last month when it was first considered at the committee level.
Here’s is Stegall’s press release:
STEAGALL ENDORSES MCHENRY COUNTY DISCLOSURE ORDINANCE
Completes Transparency Questionnaire, Challenges Other County Candidates and Officials to do the Same
CRYSTAL LAKE, IL — Craig Steagall, candidate for McHenry County Board in District 3, today endorsed the enactment of the proposed Economic Interest and Conflict of Interest Disclosure ordinance put forth by the Alliance for Land, Agriculture and Water (ALAW).
Steagall also completed ALAW’s Disclosure of Economic Interest questionnaire, which can be found online by clicking here.
“I have decided that the lack of trust in the motives of our elected government officials is a severe impediment to the compact between those in power and their constituents,” said Steagall. “I endorse this disclosure ordinance, I have completed ALAW’s disclosure questionnaire, and I challenge all candidates and elected officials in McHenry County to do the same.
A lifelong resident of McHenry County, Craig Steagall is running for McHenry County Board in District 3. The owner of Crystal Lake-based Woolf Distributing, Craig is a proud husband, father and grandfather. He resides in Crystal Lake with his wife, Cathy, and will bring integrity, independence and sound financial management skills to the McHenry County Board.