McSweeney: Beware of “Grand Bargain”

State Rep. David McSweeney was the main speaker at the Algonquin Township Republican Central Committee’s free pizza and soft drink party held at Galati’s Hideaway in Cary Saturday evening. After telling of having two bills ready for action on the … Continue reading

Lt. Gov. Candidate Speaks to Algonquin Township Republicans

The first attempt at fundraising by newly-elected Republican Township Chairman Demetri Tsilimigras was a success. Party faithful and guests gathered at d’Andrea’s Banquet Hall to hear Republican Lt. Governor candidate Evelyn Sanguinetti. Sanguinetti told her life story, beginning as a … Continue reading

Tent Educating Woodstock Square Visitors about Randall Road Project Waste

I drove to Woodstock Sunday to see the Stop Randall Road Robbery display on the Square. As I approached I thought I saw shirts of people supporting Jim Harrison’s Independent candidacy for McHenry County Sheriff. Getting closer, I realized the … Continue reading

Mike Tryon’s 7th Fish Boil Enjoys Perfect Weather

State Rep. Mike Tryon has retired as Chairman of the McHenry County Republican Central Committee, but from the attendance at his Huntley Fish Boil. you couldn’t tell it. Tryon’s district stretches down the Randall Road corridor to St. Charles now.  … Continue reading

Reformers Win Control of Algonquin Township GOP

By an almost 2-1 margin, a coalition dominated by Republican Precinct Committee elected for the first time this spring took control of the Algonquin Township Republican Central Committee Monday night. Meeting at the Algonquin Township garage complex room next to … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Trustee Larry Emery’s Take on Budget Meeting

Here’s is Algonquin Township Trustee Larry Emery’s view of what happened at the Algonquin Township budget meeting: A very enthusiastic group of township residents attended the Algonquin Township Yearly Budget Hearings and the regular Monthly Board meeting. The board meeting … Continue reading

Algonquin Township Trustee Larry Emery Pleads for April 8th Attendance at Annual Town Meeting

All seventeen of McHenry County’s townships hold their meetings at the same time and date, but all townships’ officials don’t encourage people to attend. Not that regular folks have much power, but they did in Grafton Township when the members … Continue reading