Relatively new editor of the Northwest Herald seems to be clicking with his readers now that he is writing short comments on page 2 of the new tabloid.
It’s taken a while for the former editor of the DeKalb Chronicle to figure out what’s going on in McHenry County.
But yesterday, he surely did by echoing the feelings of a vast majority of local residents with a headline saying,
Make County Board pensions go away
That’s not as easy as he might think, but I’ll cover that in a separate piece.
He even quoted County Board member Andrew Gasser’s comment at the end of the meeting at which the IMRF Exec. answered questions:
Are you doing this job to serve or to get a pension?
And today, Schaumburg noted that McHenry County Clerk Mary McClellan’s conduct of the Primary Elections still troubled partisans, not to mention ordinary citizens.