708 Board Attorney Resigns Before Termination Vote, TAG Withdraws Grant Requesty

Three things were on the agenda on the 708 Mental Health Board Tuesday morning at 7 AM: Dismissal of the Board Attorney Approval of Contract to Hire Interim Board Attorney Authorization of Emergency Operational Grant for TAG All three were … Continue reading

Former Deputy Scott Milliman’s Case against McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren

Crystal Lake’s Scott Milliman wasn’t happy at all that McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren fired him for testifying under oath in former (new re-hired) Deputy Zane Seipler’s wrongful termination suit. Milliman, contends in a May 29th filing: Excessive force [is] … Continue reading

John Heisler Taken Off Nunda Township Ballot for Township Supervisor

John Heisler has filed the required Statements of Economic Interest with the County Clerk for twenty years, but, with his mother dying in hospice care, he didn’t remember to attach a copy of the receipt to his Statement of Candidacy … Continue reading

Message of the Day – Irony

Now comes into the email box of McHenry County Blog a decision by the Illinois Attorney General’s Public Access Counselor. In early December Cynthia Schenk asked the McHenry County Conservation District for a list of hunters allowed on district property. … Continue reading

Of Townships, Computers and Drying Paint

I managed to stay awake during the Linda Moore part of the trial today. It didn’t start until shortly after 1 PM because Moore attorney John Nelson wanted a court reporter present. Once in a while some new information popped … Continue reading

Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 11

The second page of the Ancel Glink March bills for the Annual Town Meeting, which was held April 13th, is the subject today. First, we finish up March 10th: “Correspondence to Pam Fender with memo to board regarding annual town … Continue reading

Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 10

Although the Grafton Township Annual Town Meeting occurred on April 13, 2010, Ancel Glink billed $8,328.22 for that purposed during the month of March. One can only wonder how many thousands of dollars more were billed in April when the … Continue reading

McHenry County Blog Wins Freedom of Information Appeal against CL High School District 155

It is so delightful to have some referee other than circuit court for Freedom of Information request appeals. I never appealed to circuit court. I figure I’ve spent enough time in McHenry County courtrooms to last a life time during … Continue reading

Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 5

In the next section of Grafton Township Attorney Ancel Glink’s bill we get to the juicy parts. This part, totaling just over $18,000 is entitled, “Linda Moore v. Grafton Township.” This concerns the Township Trustees’ reaction to Supervisor Moore’s Separation … Continue reading