During public comment at the snippity-snap 17-minute meeting LITH Sanitary District attorney Derke Price, said a quo warranto suit would be filed against McHenry County.
That was after the two Lake in the Hills Sanitary District Trustees appointed to $6,000 a year posts by Democratic Party McHenry County Chairman Jack Franks voted to fire Price.
Friday, McHenry County State’s Attorney Patrick Kenneally beat supporters of the Lake in the Hills Sanitary District to the courthouse.
Kenneally filed a quo warranto suit supporting Franks’ position that he had the authority to appoint the two new Trustees, Democrats Eric Hansen and Kyle Kane.
The case is scheduled in Judge Thomas Meyer’s courtroom at 10 AM Monday.
This weekend, why don’t you play judge.
What you will find below are the filings by Kenneally’s staff on Franks’ behalf.
Here’s the verified complaint:
Below is affidavit:
Here is the State’s Attorney’s Emergency Motion and Memo in Support of a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction:
The resolution passed by the McHenry County Board on its consent agenda follows:
The real estate contract is below: