More Analysis of Anna Miller’s Algonquin Township Time Cards Points to Payroll Padding

The following was published on Illinois Leaks and is republished here with permission: Algonquin Township Road District – Time Card Tuesday #3 – BY KIRK ALLEN ON FEBRUARY 19, 2019 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) – Time Card Tuesday brought to you … Continue reading

More Time Card Analysis for Anna May Miller

From Illinois Leaks, republished with permission: Algonquin Township Road District – Time Card Tuesday #2 – BY KIRK ALLEN ON FEBRUARY 12, 2019 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) –It’s time for Time Card Tuesday once again.  This article will begin with the … Continue reading

More Anna May Miler Time Card Analysis – April 2017

I found it revealing that Northwest Herald Editor Joe Styf recently wrote the following in a column entitled, “Styf: Our reporters try to be experts on everything;” Some days we’re trying to be experts on plowing. Others, school finance. Some … Continue reading

Illinois Leaks Dissection of Anna May Millers’ Time Sheets Continues

Reprinted from Illinois Leaks with permission: Algonquin Township Road District – Anna May Miller – time for no time recorded..and then some BY KIRK ALLEN ON FEBRUARY 3, 2019 • ( 2 COMMENTS ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) –Recent exposure of Anna May Miller’s political work from public … Continue reading

Evidence Points to Anna May Miller’s Political Work While on the Algonquin Township Road District Payroll

The following article found on Illinois Leaks is published with permission.  It is apparently from a hard drive found not previously known. Algonquin Township Road District – Anna May Miller -political work….from work BY KIRK ALLEN ON FEBRUARY 2, 2019 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) … Continue reading

Anna May Miller October, 2016, Time Sheet

From Illinois Leaks republished with permission: Algonquin Township Road District Time Card – Fuzzy math? BY KIRK ALLEN ON JANUARY 30, 2019 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) –Basic Math – 1+1=2, 1+2=3, 1+3=4, etc. According to the policy manual, the following apply to pay: … Continue reading

Illinois Leaks Continues Looking at Payroll Data under Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller

Reprinted from Illinois Leaks with permission: Algonquin Township – Anna May Miller and travel gate BY KIRK ALLEN ON JANUARY 28, 2019 • ( LEAVE A COMMENT ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) –Over fifty Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to Algonquin Township & Road District from the … Continue reading

Phone Activity of Bob Miller after GOP Primary Defeat by Andrew Gasser for Algonquin Township Road District

Reprinted with permission from Illinois Leaks: Algonquin Township Road District – Bob Miller – Phone Gate BY KIRK ALLEN ON JANUARY 23, 2019 • ( 1 COMMENT ) McHenry Co. (ECWd) –It appears from the records, the former Algonquin Township Road District Highway Commissioner Bob Miller … Continue reading

Nicole Beyer’s Campaign Piece for the District 300 School Board

Algonquin Township Trustee Melissa Sanchez-Fischer is a strong supporter of District 300 School Board candidate Nicole Beyer. She sent a copy of Beyer’s campaign piece, which I am pleased to publish below. Other candidates on a McHenry County ballot are … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller’s Comments for the Republican Party Meeting on Nepotism

Here are the comments of Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller that Township Trustee Larry Emery read at Miller’s request to the the Algonquin Township Republican Central Committee meeting Tuesday night. Afterward, the Committee extensively debated a resolution opposing nepotism … Continue reading

Charles and Raffel Roads Roundabout Proposal Comes Around Again, Despite Defeat in Committee Day after Election

Coming around to the McHenry County Transportation Committee for the second time in three weeks is a $2,229,600 proposal to build a roundabout north of the Woodstock North High School on Raffel Road where it dead ends at Charles Road. … Continue reading

$10 Million More to “Expedite” Randall Road Right-of-Way Purchases

Next Wednesday, the McHenry County Board’s Transportation Committee has before it a request to authorize another $10 million  for “the acquisition of right-of-way for the Randall Road widening and resurfacing capacity improvement project.” $5 million was previously appropriated in February of 2014. … Continue reading

NWH Features Election Upsets

An article summarizing the upsets in the Republican Primary Election ran in the Northwest Herald today. Written by Kevin Craver, its headline is Fighting the Status Quo, County voters send establishment a message in Illinois primary Featured on the front … Continue reading

Steve Willson Wonders How Intent to Defraud Can Be Proven in IMRF Pension Situation

Under this story, local resident Steve Willson offers his opinion on the McHenry County Board’s pension problem: It was a witch hunt, pure and simple, and a selective one at that, given that former board members and downstate County board … Continue reading

Shift of GOP Power Evident in Mike Tryon Endorsement Piece

Of course, the 2014 Republican Party Convention showed that a significant shift in power had occurred when Sandra Salgado was selected over outgoing Chairman Mike Tryon’s choice–Mark Daniel. But, those in control during the Al Jourdan legacy years still were … Continue reading

County Board Vents at Jack Franks and IMRF Exec.

The Thursday night meeting of the McHenry County Board consisted mostly of criticizing Democratic Party State Rep. and the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund. Executive Director Louis W. Kosiba had been invited to the meeting. No one used the word “pawn” to … Continue reading

Anti-Anna May Miller Piece Delivered

A post card pointed out that McHenry County Board member Anna May Miller is a “double dipper” has arrived in District 1 mail boxes. It was sent by McHenry County Republicans for Better Government, the same Political Action Committee that … Continue reading

Pressure to Cut Conflict of Interest Addendum for County’s Appointees

There’s talk on the McHenry County Board to getting rid of the Addendum to the County’s Statement of Economic Interest. Here’s what I found in minutes of a Management Services Committee meeting: Discussion: Statement of Economic Interest/Addendum Form Ms. McClellan … Continue reading