Algonquin Township Board Allows Andrew Gasser to Transfer $70,500 to Legal Fees

$70,500 of Algonquin Township Road District funds were transferred to legal services in three different funds on Wednesday night. The action came at the end of Algonquin Township’s Board meeting. The Local 150 members and supporters who brought three inflated … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Meeting Tonight at 7

The monthly meeting of the Algonquin Township Board will be held tonight starting at 7. Last month the room was packed. Standing room only. I emailed Township Clerk Karen Lukasik asking if an agenda packet had been posted or, if … Continue reading

Records Delivered to Algonquin Township Clerk

Apparently in response to Judge Michael Caldwell’s Court Order, records have been piled in front of Algonquin Township Clerk Karen Lukasik’s Township Hall office. This used to be a part-time job. Now it looks as if the post will take … Continue reading

Local 150 Union Supporters Pack Algonquin Township Meeting

Members and supporters of Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers filled the Algonquin Township Board meeting room Wednesday night. Those attending and driving past the township building on Route 14 could not help but notice that they … 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

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

Final Unofficial Results Show Lutzow for Supervisor, Gasser for Road Commissioner and Lukasik for Clerk in Algonquin Township

The McHenry County Clerk posts the following results for 5,013 (number of votes for Supervisor) Algonquin Township ballots under the heading “Unofficial Results – All Precincts Reporting”: Supervisor CHARLES A LUTZOW, JR (REP) 2,630 52.46% ELLEN BRADY MUELLER (REP) 2,366 … Continue reading

Algonquin Township GOP Candidates

Here are the people who have filed to run in the Republican Primary Election for Algonquin Township office: Supervisor Charles A. Lutzow, Jr. Ellen M. Brady (Mueller) Highway Commissioner Robert J. Miller Andrew Gasser Clerk Karen Lukasik Melissa A. Sanchez-Fisher … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Republican Primary is a Free For All

On the first day of filing in Algonquin Township Republicans have come out in what is sure to be the bellwether Republican Primary Elections.  As of 5pm here is who has thrown their hat into the ring: Algonquin Township Supervisor: … Continue reading

Cary Challengers Appear to Seize Control of Village Board

The four challengers to the Cary Village Board incumbents’ slate appear to be victorious in Tuesday’s election. The top incumbent on the ballot, Alex Pilli, however, is only two votes behind the bottom-placed person on the challengers’ slate for a … Continue reading

Cary Challengers Question Trustees’ Campaign Materials’ ID, Use of Village Resources

From watching Lowe Enterprises sign on Route 14, people know that there is some dissatisfaction there with those running the Village of Cary.  What you see above is just one of messages that has appeared over a several year period. … Continue reading