Ringwood’s Four Non-Binding Freedom of Information Violation Determinations by the Public Access Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General

After finding the rare “binding” opinion from the Public Access Bureau of the Illnois Attorney General’s Office, published here last week, McHenry County Blog asked for “FOIA opinions concerning Ringwood from 17th of July 2017 through October of 2018.”

There were four non-binding opinions addressed to the requesting person, whose name is redactred, and Village Clerk Roni Gaddis

March 30, 2018, full determination:

May 15, 2018. determination summary:

6-8-18 determination summary:

6-13-18 determination summary:


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Ringwood’s Four Non-Binding Freedom of Information Violation Determinations by the Public Access Bureau of the Illinois Attorney General — 7 Comments

  1. Wow 4 non binding and 1 binding.

    It is obvious that this Village has something to hide since they don’t seem to want to give out foia request that are obviously valid.

    I wonder if the Attorney General’s office could do more than this maybe they should be looked into.

    I wonder if this includes the $2,500 they had to pay for not following a foia this year.

  2. Opinions from the Public Access Bureau of the Illnois Attorney General’s Office.

  3. Rick Mack is to blame for all of it!

    His attitude is appalling.

    He managed to swindle a gigantic Village of Ringwood municipal bldg that was wholly unnecessary.

    He also told people if the Township Rd dist. was eliminated, Ringwood taxpayers would see a 300% increase in taxes.

  4. Laurie

    How did Mack swindle the gigantic Village Municipal building?

    He is a snake in the grass.

    No one ever seems to run against him and his board doesn’t check him.

    He is a man of half truths and Ms. Gaddis …

  5. I’ve had many personal experiences and dealings with Rick Mack.

    They started out OK, and he seemed good.

    Then, after years of watching what he actually does (not says), I realized he was just another fake RINO Republicrat.

    And he lied about Ringwood residents’ taxes going down.

    Now he wants a police force.

  6. Has anyone in Ringwood looked at some of the new ordinances that have passed over the past couple of years?

    More government control, higher taxes and definitely higher costs to any resident trying to improve their property. (required underground electric = super expensive)

    Mack’s words are just that, words, half truths = mostly lies = deceit

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