Did the Algonquin Township Board of Trustees pay an improper bill put forward by the Road District?
A friend of McHenry County Blog was just given a bill which shows outgoing Supervisor Diane Klemm and Highway Commissioner Bob Miller threw an $1,100 party back in April.
Documents recovered show that the township paid $550 and the road district paid $550.
However, what makes this more intriguing is that the actual receipt from the eatery, Brunch Cafe in Fox River Grove, itemized $130 dollars worth of product.
Only current board member and long time friend of Bob Miller Dan Shea could have voted for the party.
Adding more to the drama was tonight’s Algonquin Township Board Meeting.
Trustee Melissa Victor dominated the board questioning bills from the road district often referring to having a bad feeling about certain bills.
The current board refused to pay for a new truck purchased through the Illinois State Bid purchasing system and to defer payment on the road salt.
Strange times in Algonquin Township.
After speaking to Highway Commissioner Gasser he is confident we have enough salt to get through February.