There is no indication that current Algonquin Township Supervisor Dianne Klemm is not running for re-election.
In fact, she told me she was.
Even so, Township Clerk Marc Munaretto, who currently also serves on the McHenry County Board from District 1, is passing petitions to run for Supervisor.
Munaretto decided not to run for re-election to the County Board.
At the Algonquin Founders Day Parade Munaretto was coy when asked if he were running for re-election.
The Township Supervisor currently pays $64,401.35, while the Township Clerk gets $17,173.70.
Salaries have not been set for the next term of office.
County Board members make about $20,000.
Election to the higher paying post would increase Munaretto’s Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund Pension.
In addition, former Township Trustee Chuck Lutzow, who lives in Crystal Lake Estates, told me, “I am strongly considering a run for Township Supervisor.”