Gummerson Allowed to Represent Nygren “As an Individual”

Sheriff Keith Nygren is probably a happy man after the hearing on former Republican primary opponent and Sheriff’s Deputy Zane Seipler’s attempt to have a Special Prosecutor named to probe alleged criminal use of public money to advance Nygren’s campaign. … Continue reading

MCC Sells Tower Lands for $6, Maybe $7 Million

Faced with competing sellers, including perhaps the Crystal Lake Park District and a landowner a mile west in Woodstock, the McHenry County College Board voted unanimously, with Scott Summers absent, to sell 3.67 acres to BMB Communications Management for a … Continue reading

Mega-Broadcast Tower Promoters Ask Delay in Consideration

The McHenry County College agenda for its Committee of the Whole meeting last night was amended before the meeting really got started. Board Chairwoman Mary Miller announced that MCC attorney Sandy Kerrick had been contacted by BMB Communications Management, which … Continue reading

Mega-Broadcast Tower Promoters Ask Delay in Consideration

The McHenry County College agenda for its Committee of the Whole meeting last night was amended before the meeting really got started. Board Chairwoman Mary Miller announced that MCC attorney Sandy Kerrick had been contacted by BMB Communications Management, which … Continue reading

Irony at MCC Board Meeting

As readers of McHenry County Blog know, McHenry County State’s yours truly, Attorney Lou Bianchi sued the McHenry County College Board for kicking four citizens, including from out of its building while the trustees were meeting in top secret, hush, … Continue reading

Irony at MCC Board Meeting

As readers of McHenry County Blog know, McHenry County State’s yours truly, Attorney Lou Bianchi sued the McHenry County College Board for kicking four citizens, including from out of its building while the trustees were meeting in top secret, hush, … Continue reading

MCC Votes to Buy 57 Acres after CL Council Approves 50 Percent Coverage

It looked as if the “do it our way or we’ll hit the highway” members of the McHenry County College Board were finally outnumbered in a meeting within a meeting Tuesday night at Crystal Lake City Hall. Councilman Dave Goss … Continue reading