Former County Board Member Lou Anne Majewski Files Open Meetings Complaint Against County Board

Former McHenry County Board member Lou Anne Majewski filed an Open Meetings complaint against the McHenry County Board for going into closed session to discuss a resolution drafted by a county board committee.  Majewski says Chairman Ken Koehler said the public was excluded because the board members would be discussing litigation.

Here it is:

Lou Anne Majewski's Open Meetings complaint filed by email with the Public Access Counselor of the Illinois Attorney General's Office.

The response from the Attorney General’s Public Access Division was previously published here.

McHenry County’s response can be found here.


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Former County Board Member Lou Anne Majewski Files Open Meetings Complaint Against County Board — 2 Comments

  1. Well, the letter does state that the board was going into “Execute Session.”

    I think that would warrant some privacy don’t you. I wonder if a “Cell Phone” was involved?

    Thanks for being vigilant Lou Anne, as those who follow things in McHenry County, we can’t be to careful!

    Sesame Street must be protected at all cost!!!

  2. Sorry about the misspelling Big Bird. When I forwarded my request to the AG, the shock and disappointment in the conduct of the Feb. 15th meeting was still very much on my mind, and still is. The implicaton of the Executive Session was that “it’s none of your business.” There was also a comment from a Board Member that he was voting in favor of paying the large fees to the Special Prosecutor, based on “the stories you hear.” Sickening, shocking when that is the basis for decision making in the County.

    Lou Anne Majewski

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