Resignation Letter from Grafton Township Auditor

Here is the text of the letter: November 19, 2012 Grafton Township Supervisor Moore and Board of Trustees: Effective upon receipt of this letter, Evans, Marshall and Pease, P.C. is resigning as the independent auditors for the year ended March … Continue reading

Grafton Township Food Pantry Gets Publicity

Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore has never given up on the idea that Grafton Township government should run a food pantry. The one run by former Supervisor John Rossi, reportedly organized as a not-for-profit organization in order to obtain food … Continue reading

Auditors Present Draft Fiscal Year 2010 Grafton Township Budget: “Found Nothing Untoward in the Audit”

Because of the legal wrangling, the audit that should have been ready last summer has just been completed in draft form. Still holding up finalization is the lack of a reply to a routine letter sent all law firms who … Continue reading

Policy Not Practice – Of School Superintendents and Outside Auditors – Part 2

Yesterday, McHenry County Blog reflected on Anyone who has ever watched CSI on the tube knows forensic auditors would actually look at a suspect’s personnel file for potential evidence. Jefferson Wells’ Mark Warner decided they could do a forensic payroll … Continue reading

Policy Not Practice – Of School Superintendents and Outside Auditors – Part 2

Yesterday, McHenry County Blog reflected on Anyone who has ever watched CSI on the tube knows forensic auditors would actually look at a suspect’s personnel file for potential evidence. Jefferson Wells’ Mark Warner decided they could do a forensic payroll … Continue reading

Policy Not Practice – Of School Superintendents and Outside Auditors – Part 1

Compliance with Huntley School Board policies is apparently for students, not Huntley’s fiscal administrators. School Board member Larry Snow along with board member Aileen Seedorf got a board policy (4:15) put on the books that says financial irregularities have to … Continue reading

Policy Not Practice – Of School Superintendents and Outside Auditors – Part 1

Compliance with Huntley School Board policies is apparently for students, not Huntley’s fiscal administrators. School Board member Larry Snow along with board member Aileen Seedorf got a board policy (4:15) put on the books that says financial irregularities have to … Continue reading

$1.5 million that Wasn’t Real – Part 1

Where? You won’t be surprised to find out this is about Huntley School District 158. Those were the numbers that were talked about as errors as a result of the 2007 audit. If you think an audit reassures residents that … Continue reading