Drawing of the Grafton Township Hall planned by the previous adminstration, but derailed by Judge Michael Caldwell when he ruled that there was inadequate notice given the public. Caldwell's decision was upheld by the 2nd Appellate Court. Voters defeated a referendum last fall to construct a new building. Electors voted to allow repayment of the loan over time, rather than in a lump sum.
The Grafton Township Board met Tuesday night and the Township Board approved the appointment of an auditor and the repayment of $400,000 of the money borrowed from the Road District to finance a new township hall.
Evans, Marshal and Pease out of Rolling Meadows will conduct the audit.
No lawyers were present at the meeting.