On top of a stinging court defeat for Algonquin Township by the Edgar County Watchdogs, a.k.a., Illionois Leaks, Township Trustees had to withstand criticism from John Kraft during the Public Comment period Wednesday night.
He called the second subpoena of his not-for-profit’s Drop Box account “a waste of money.”
The subpoena was quashed by Judge Thomas Meyers earlier in the day.
“You know you’re not going to get it.
“You’re costing taxpayers money.”
Kraft also informed the Board that the Township had violated the Freedom of Informaton Act when its attorney, Jim Kelly, “refused to supply the proper documents to the Attorney Genral’s Office.”
If the Township continued to violate the law, Kraft said, “Bring it on!”
He called for the Trustees to dismiss Kelly.
Finally, Kraft observed that he “couldn’t find the agenda on the township web site,”