The LITH Sanitary District’s Case – Part 3

Lake in the Hills Sanitary District attorney Derke Price argues that the case cited by the State’s Attorney’s brief in support of voiding the annexation into Kane County is an interpretation of the wrong sanitary district act. Patrick Kenneally’s attorneys … Continue reading

The LITH Sanitary District’s Case – Part 2

On June 20, 2017, the McHenry County Board passed a resolution “purportedly appointing Eric Hansen…and Kyle Kane.” Price then lists the problems: County boards have no authority to make appointments to sanitary district boards, rather it is the Chairman who … Continue reading

The LITH Sanitary District’s Case – Part 1

No consideration was given by Judge Thomas Meyer to the brief filed the day he entered an injunction preventing the Lake in the Hills Sanitary District from purchasing Kane County land. No harm, no foul, I guess, because the District … Continue reading

Franks Wins TRO Against LITH Sanitary District

If you just read the Temporary Restraining Order against the Lake in the Hills Sanitary District by Judge Thomas Meyer Monday morning, it sounds like a great victory for McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks. The approximately 13 acres of … Continue reading

McHenry County Beats LITH Sanitary District to the Courthouse with Quo Warranto Suit

During public comment at the snippity-snap 17-minute meeting  LITH Sanitary District attorney Derke Price, said a quo warranto suit would be filed against McHenry County. That was after the two Lake in the Hills Sanitary District Trustees appointed to $6,000 … Continue reading

LITH Sanitary District Board Reverses Kane County Annexation…or Not

The elephant in the Lake in the Hills Village Board room, so to speak, was the law that determines who appoints members of the LITH Sanitary District. I sponsored it in the early 1970’s. When the new 1970 State Constitution … Continue reading