The former Superintendent of Lincoln-Way High School District 210, Lawrence Wyllie, made the Chicago Tribune December 12th.
One paragraph stood out in the twelve-inch article:
“Wyllie also pocketed in unused vacation days and a retirement bonus he wasn’t entitled to, the indictment says.“
What has that to do with McHenry County?
Nothing except Wyllie’s was an FBI investigation and the agents looked at fringe benefits.
That brought to mind the $47,000 payment for unused sick days to retiring Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller.
Looking at the two documents that Illinois Leaks has published might prompt the FBI to have a handwriting expert examine the different looking signatures of former Township Supervisor Tom Schober.
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McHenry County Blog’s April 13, 2017, article on the sick pay issue is here.ck days to retiring Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller.