Irregular payments ranging from $100 to $1,500 were added to regular paychecks of Algonquin Township Highway Department employee Andrew Rosencrans since 2013.
Rosencrans is one of former Road Commissioner Bob Miller sons-in-law who worked for his father-in-law until both were fired by Andrew Gasser right after Gasser was sworn into office as Miller’s successor.
Excluding the $24,235 in what is identified as “misc” income on payroll records obtained by McHenry County Blog through a Freedom of Information request, Rosencrans earned $274,289 over the approximately fifty-three month period.
Similar to miscellaneous payments made to his mother-in-law, Anna May Miller, her husband’s administrative assistant, Rosencrans’ largess peaked just prior to Christmas. Anna May Miller Took Home $31,146 in “Misc” Income Since 2013.
Base pay for was $2,200 to $2,300 per pay period during the last four and half months Miller was in office.
Pre-Christmas payments for the holiday before Miller lost the February Republican Primary Election totaled $3,700.
The payments continued after the election loss.
Rosencrans received $1,200 in similar unexplained payments as his father-in-law’s term expired.