Algonquin Township Clerk Karen Lukasik is a happy lady.
In court proceedings before Judge Michael Caldwell Friday, sources tell me that she received permission to access all records at any time she wants.
I haven’t seen the court order or gotten the take of Algonquin Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser or his attorney Robert Hanlon, but Ludaski posted the following Friday:
I have been quiet long enough.
I went to court today for my hearing to get an injunction from Judge Caldwell to ensure I have access to the records that as my duly elected position am by law supposed to have.
I have been constantly met with obstruction and games.
My hopes are that this silly lawsuit that Mr. Gasser brought me into will soon be resolved.
My hopes are that I will be able to concentrate on the job I was elected to do instead of constantly dealing with immature games.
This is the 3rd time Judge Caldwell has ruled in my favor.
I wonder what else I will face from some at the Algonquin Township.
I will continue to defend myself and will prevail.
Thank you all for your support.