That’s the question one astute observer asked today after watching the YouTube on the meeting.
The question seems to be whether the Algonquin Township Board followed Roberts Rules of Order.
The original motion was to approve the intergovernmental agreement.
But someone wanted to change it in a minor way.
The potential problem is that no one made a motion to amend the resolution.
Consideration of the intergovernmental agreement was the sole reason for holding the meeting, but the Northwest Herald decided to headline one Mary Lu Seidel’s call for Road Commi9ssioner Andrew Gasser to resign.
There is no indication that Seidel did not support Bob Miller in his re-election campaign.
Seidel is also not conversant with Illinois local law.
She referred to “recall” as a way to get rid of Gasser if he did not resign, as she requested.
Gasser did not attend the meeting.
His signature on the document is required for it go into effect.
In other news, Algonquin Township Clerk Karen Lukasik decided to re-instate her office’s posting of videos on the internet.
She is running the camera herself, which means, she will not be in the images.
The sound is good.
After the meeting was adjourned, Dave Chapman was heard to say, “We did something good.”