Bob Miller Favors Son-in-Law Derek Lee with $5,000 More in “Miscellaneous” Algonquin Township Road District Income Than His Other Son-in-Law

The employee who got the highest amount since 2013 of what is labeled as “misc” income on Algonquin Township Road District payroll records was Highway Commissioner Bob Miller’s wife and administrative assistant Anna May Miller. Anna May Miller received $31,146 … Continue reading

Anna May Miller Took Home $31,146 in “Misc” Income since 2013

McHenry County Blog received a reply to a Freedom of Information Act request that showed Anna May Miller, Road Commissioner Bob Miller’s wife and salaried Administrative Assistant, received $31,146 in miscellaneous income from 2013 until her husband left office on … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s Amended Complaint Against Local 150


Attorney Robert Hanlon Reveals He Bills Algonquin Township Only for Local 150 Union Case

Robert Hanlon, attorney for Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser, has written a letter to Gasser explaining that he has not billed for work in the case of Gasser v. Lukasik, Miller and Miller. He is billing for the challenge … Continue reading

Gasser Fires Another Salvo at Miller Clan, This Time at Anna May’s Overtime

Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser has dug out the overtime that former Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller’s wife Anna May was paid in overtime from 2012-17. The article on Gasser’s web site is entitled \ Nepotism: Anna May … Continue reading

Melissa Victor Responds to Rebecca Lee Phone Records At Algonquin Township

Algonquin Township Trustee Melissa Victor responded to Andrew Gasser’s blog post. You may read it below.: As I understand there are many rumors going around facebook regarding misuse of funds with the Millers and the township. I found that many … Continue reading

Judge Whether These Credit Card Purchases by Former Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller Are Legitimate

An article by Kirk Allen of Illinois Leaks.  It is reprinted with the author’s permission: Algonquin Township – Public funds for private purpose?- You be the Judge! BY KIRK ALLEN ON NOVEMBER 14, 2017 • ( 2 COMMENTS ) Algonquin (ECWd) –Once again we must emphasize … Continue reading

Andrew Gasser’s Answers to Bob Miller’s Questions – Part 2

Continuing in presenting the answers that Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser gave former Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller. Today pertains to Miller’s wife Anna May. … Continue reading

The Millers’ IMRF Pension Payments

Getting questions about how much Bob and Anna May Miller are receiving in pension payments from the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund. The answer is Robert Miller retired effective 6/1/2017 with 44 years and 7 months of IMRF service credit. He … Continue reading

Andrew Gasser Resigns GOP Positions

While I was at Oberlin College my favorite professor was Aaron Wildavsky. He is best known for having written “The Politics of the Budgetary Process.” But he wrote another book about community power. I can’t find its title, but it … Continue reading

Gasser Files Amended Complaint Seeking Prohibition Against Record Destruction

June 15th Robert Hanlan, Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s attorney, filed an amendment to his suit against Township Clerk Karin Lukasik, plus for Road Commissioner Bob Miller and his wife Anna May Miller. This was the source of the … Continue reading

Women’s Clothing Paid for by Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller’s Office Credit Card

There are a number of purchases of women’s clothing that were paid for by Algonquin Township Road District dollars. What you see below was billed to Highway Commissioner Bob Miller’s American Express Premium Credit Card. “A long sleeve ‘v-neck’  Merino … Continue reading

Judge Michael Caldwell Orders Current and Former Algonquin Township Road Commissions & Wife, Township Clerk and Supervisor Not to Destroy Records

This afternoon in Judge Michael Caldwell’s courtroom, five attorneys were on the clock in Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s suit against predecessor Bob Miller, his wife Anna May and newly-elected Township Clerk Karen Lukasik. David McArdle, representing Clerk Lukasik, asked … Continue reading

The Purse Purchased with the Algonquin Township Road District Credit Card

The document filed with Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s lawsuit to prevent the destruction of records was hard to read, so I typed in “Your Bag Your Way” and found the following: Here is how the page describes it: … Continue reading

Bob Miller’s Township American Express Credit Card Statement for 11-27-14

Yesterday, in the article about the suit newly-elected Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s filed against his predecessor Robert Miller, his wife Anna May and newly-elected Algonquin Township Clerk Karen Lukasik, I printed the part of the suit’s attachment concerning … Continue reading

Andrew Gasser Asks Injunction Preventing Destruction of Algonquin Township Road District Records

In a suit filed yesterday, Andrew Gasser, Algonquin Township Road Commissioner, sued Township Clerk Karen Lukasik, plus former Road Commissioner Robert Miller and his wife Anna May, who served as Miller’s Administrative Assistant. The new Highway Commissioner is seeking a … Continue reading

Franks Enters Republican Politics More Overtly Than Attending GOP Fund Raisers

Based upon his position as McHenry County Board Chairman, Democrat Jack Franks has the statutory authority to nominate a replacement for recently-resigned Republican County Board member Andrew Gasser. Gasser resigned to devote his efforts to his new position as Algonquin … Continue reading

Tribune Puts End of Miller Dynasty on Front Page

The upset victory of McHenry County Board member Andrew Gasser over incumbent Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner Bob Miller was featured on the bottom of the Chicago Tribune’s front page on Monday. Reporter Robert McCoppin noted, “His victory represents a backlash … Continue reading