Getting information from both sides of the referendum to put the McHenry Township Road District under the McHenry Township Board in 2021.
The referendum is a result of the passage of a bill which took effect on January 1st.
The McHenry Township Board is the only one in the state, to the best of my knowledge, to have put a consolidation referendum on the ballot.
On October 27th, Adam Vick sent the following email and photos of the little bags containing a little Tootsie Roll, a pebble and a “Vote Yes” message:
Here are a few of the littering pictures from the consolidation group. How about you post these with the article on Bobs barbershop?
Seems a little one sided to me.
Here’s another photo of the baggies scattered on the ground location unknown:
Bob Anderson sent this email on Saturday, October 27th:
More beer bottles thrown in Barber Shop driveway last night, under constant threat.
Trying to scare Marine/81 year old business man, won’t happen.
Having effect on Judy though, can’t sleep.
Who’s behind this? Certainly township connected!
On Sunday, October 28th, this update came from Anderson:
I and another member of Citizens For Consolidation were in Johnsburg yesterday afternoon campaigning holding YES signs while walking on sidewalks.
As we were about to finish, Johnsburg Trustees Tom Curry got into my face shouting question after question, also recording.
Our vehicles were parked about two blocks away, Mr. Curry followed.
Trustee Curry is a major supporter of Jim Condon and the McHenry Township Road District.
The following Sheriff’s draft report on a sign theft on McCullom Lake Road in Wonder Lake across from Harrison School was completed today:
Earlier today a commenter (Galeva) under this article wrote the following:
I saw a ‘McHenry Township truck’ being used to haul the signs featuring children cutting hair.
This was on a Friday, Sept. 28th, 2018 on Rt 120 Time 4:45 CSDST
There were 3 males doing it.
Was the township truck reported stolen?