Paula Yensen has a piece of literature which appears to be one intended to be handed out door-to-door.
How do I reach that conclusion?
The white circle in Yensen’s head is probably there so that a rubber band can be inserted for hanging it on a door handle.
Here is the back of the palm card:
McHenry County government has received a dismal report card on transparency from the Illinois Policy Institute. (56.4% versus 100% in Kane County).
Yensen is Vice Chairwoman of the Transportation Committee and Chairman of the Management Services Committee.
Both the committee for which she is Vice Chairwoman and the one she chairs refused to share with the public that the Eisenman building on Virginia Street Road was under consideration for purchase for salt storage (reported only on McHenry County Blog and verified here.)
If selected, that would have cut Crystal Lake school and other governmental units’ tax take by about $100,000 a year. The intended replacement, of course, would have paid no taxes.
Now the Transportation Committee is allowing a secret meeting with “stakeholders” next week on the final suggestions (a summary of which you can only read here) for what to do with the intersection of Randall and Algonquin Roads.