State’s Attorney’s Office Contacting New County Board Members Holding Other Elected Positions

Multiple sources have told McHenry County Blog that the McHenry County State’s Attorney Lou Bianchi’s Office is making contact with the three newly-elected members of the County Board to advise them of the conflict of interest that would exist if … Continue reading

Update on Teachers Negotiations in Huntley School District 158

A press release from the Huntley School Board: Teacher Negotiations Update from the Board of Education of Consolidated School District 158 ALGONQUIN, IL – The District 158 Board of Education (Board) has received notice that the Huntley Education Association (HEA) … Continue reading

Mike Skala Decides to Serve on Both Huntley School and County Board Despite “Incaptabilty”

I missed the Northwest Herald article about newly-elected McHenry County Board member Mike Skala deciding to stay on the Huntley District 158 School Board until after a suit with contractors is settled. And, it seems that former McHenry County College … Continue reading

Huntley Teachers Reject Contract

District 158 teachers have rejected the contract terms offered by the District 158 School Board. Here’s what’s in a joint Huntley Education Association-School Board press release: Negotiation Update from District 158 Board of Education and Huntley Education Association ALGONQUIN, IL … Continue reading

Huntley School District Board & Teachers Join District 300 in Asking for a Mediator

A press release from Huntley School District 158 and its teachers’ union: A Joint Press Release from the Board of Education of Consolidated School District 158 and the Huntley Education Association ALGONQUIN, IL – The District 158 administration and the … Continue reading

A Reader Offers Letter to the Editor re District 6 Candidacies

McHenry County Blog doesn’t get many letters, although the email address is on the left hand side of the page. With the election coming, I figure others might like to follow the example of Huntley School District 158 resident Fred … Continue reading