Four, Including McHenry Grade School Board Member Patrick Miller, Fail to File Statements of Econmic Interest, Miller Forfeits Office
Patrick Miller, a member of the McHenry Grade School District 15 Board, is the most prominent person to fail to file a Statement of Economic Interest this spring.
The penalty is the forfeiture of his board seat.
Miller was part of the incumbent coalition that homeschooling Dad John O’Neill cracked in 2007 when he came in third beating, Miller ally Geoffrey Sponholtz.
There was no contest this year as Miller and two newcomers ran for four-year terms and O’Neill sought re-election to a two-year term.
Besides Miller, there was a Lakemoor Park and Recreation Department Advisory Board member, a Hebron police officer and a Greenwood Planning Commissioner who failed to file what I call the “None, None, None” form. To say it does not reveal much information is a large understatement.
The letter from the State’s Attorney’s Office informing Miller than he has forfeited his office by not filing the Statement of Economic Interest follows: