Death in Car v. Car Crash at Tryon Grove & Keystone Road

A press release from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office:

Sheriff’s Office Investigating Two-Vehicle Fatal Crash

A 77-year-old Vernon Hills man died and a 32-year-old Woodstock man incurred minor injuries in a two-vehicle crash in unincorporated Richmond Wednesday morning.

At 7:00 a.m., on May 16th, 2018, the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office, along with Richmond Fire Protection District and Wonder Lake Fire Protection District, responded to the scene of a two-vehicle crash at the intersection of Tryon Grove Road and Keystone Road in unincorporated Richmond.

The intersection of Keystone and Tryon Grove Road northwest of Glacial Ridge Conservation Area.

Preliminary investigation indicated that a 2001 Chevrolet Suburban driven by the 32-year-old was traveling eastbound on Tryon Grove Road west of Keystone Road, and did not have a stop sign.

A 2007 Toyota Prius, driven by the Vernon Hills man, was traveling northbound on Keystone Road approaching Tryon Grove Road, where there is a stop sign.

The Prius stopped but then for unknown reasons pulled out in front of the Suburban, causing the collision.

The driver of the Prius was pronounced dead on scene.

The driver of the Suburban was transported by ambulance to Centegra Hospital in McHenry with minor injuries.

Airbags deployed in the Prius, but not in the Suburban.

The drivers of both vehicles were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash.

The investigation is ongoing by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Major Crash Investigation Unit and the McHenry County Coroner’s Office.

  • 2007 Toyota Prius, 77-year-old man, Vernon Hills, IL
  • 2007 Chevrolet Suburban, 32-year-old ma, Woodstock, IL

From the Coroner’s Office

A press release from McHenry County Coroner Anne Majewski about the death  of Eduard Modilevsky at the dangerous intersection of Tryon Grove and Keystone Roads:

Citizen Inaction Gives CL Park District Ability to Borrow $3.5 Million

The Crystal Lake Park District could have asked voters for permission to borrow $3.5 million to pay for these purposes:

  • 2 playground replacements
  • 1 dump truck
  • 1 pickup truck with plow
  • Lippold synthetic turf replacement
  • Lippold flood relief projects
  • Several outdoor tennis court/basketball court repairs/replacements
  • Pedestrian crossing project
  • Administration building window replacement

But its Board decided to take the easy route, instead.

A notice was published in the legal notice section of the Northwest Herald saying that if enough people (3,010) signed a petition, a referendum could be forced.

Such a process is called a “backdoor referendum.”

It peitition-driven referendum passed, then the bonds could be issued.

Since a month has passed since the “notice” to the public with no such petition having been filed, the Crystal Lake Park Board can now issue bonds for $3,5 million without further concern about public feelings.

 

Gasser Filing Lays Out Further Charges in Lukasik-Millers Case Concerning Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Constructive Fraud and Asks Return of Spent Tax Dollars to Algonquin Township Road District

Andrew Gasser

Friday might just before midnight Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s attorney Robert Hanlon filed his third revised case against Algonquin Clerk Karen Lukasik, Bob and Anna Miller.

Of the twenty-seven counts, six “seek damages against Robert Miller and Anna May Miller for Breach of Fiduciary duty.”

The seventh asks for “monetary damages from Robert Miller.”

The eighth addresses “constructive fraud and seek damages from Robert Miller.”

Count nine addresses accounting.

The facts, as outlined by Hanlon, include the destruction of electronic records, including all emails.

In addition, the filing says, “BOB used credit cards or convience cards of the
Road District to purchase items for his personal use.”

It talks about “schemes and artifices to convert funds of the Road District presented for payment from the Road District the full balance on the various cards issued to him the total balance shown on the respective cardholder statements were expensed to the Algonquin Township Highway Department.

Bob Miller

“However, numerous purchases were for women’s clothing (including skirts, purses/handbags/tote bags, blouses and non-uniform outfits) from various online retailers including but not limited to Prana, Lands’ End, Levenger, and Orvis.”

The motions references the American Express Premium Business Credit Card from which statements are “addressed to ‘Algonquin Twnshp Hwy Miller.'”

There is also a Capital One Credit Card Miller apparently used to purchase women’s clothing which was not found when Gasser took office.

Besides purchases usually made by women, the Disneyland ticket purchases is mentioned.

Gift card and Hooters meals are also referenced.

“An IPad Air 2 or an IPad Air 2 Smart Case” are confirmed in an email, but were not found by Gasser.

Rebecca Lee

The airfare  to New Orleans for the Millers’ daughter Rebecca Lee and her child paid by a Road District credit card is referenced.

“No employment record identifying Rebecca Lee or her minor child as employees of Algonquin Township has ever existed,” the brief states and the airfare “served no public purpose.”

Lukasik’s involvement in the suit is explained as follows:

“Prior to her election LUKASIK articulated that she intends to destroy various records of Algonquin Township. Lukasik’s statement was posted on Facebook and since the initiation of this lawsuit the Posting was Deleted from Public view.”

Count 1 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty against Robert Miller and Anna May Miller 

Hanlon states two elements must be alleged:

  1. a fiduciary relationship
  2. a breach of the duties imposed as a matter of law as a result of that relationship

Bob’s elective position and Anna May’s employment meet that requirement, the suit argues.

Disneyland and other personal purchases appear again.

Requested of the Court is

As a direct and proximate cause of the breach of the fiduciary duty detailed above, the Road District suffered an injury in that Road District funds were expended upon items of personal property by Bob and Anna May Miller.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray that this Honorable Court grant the following relief:

  1. enter judgment against Robert Miller and Anna May Miller in an amount to bedetermined at trial.
  2. For such other and further relief as this Court deems just and equitable.

Count 2 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty (Delivery of Salt to David Diamond by Bob Miller)

Illinois Railroad Museum

“The gift of the Road District’s salt to Dave Diamond is believed to have occurred between January 1, 2014 and May 1, 2017.

“As a direct and proximate cause of the breach of the fiduciary duty detailed above, the Road
District suffered an injury in that Road District assets comprised of two truck loads of salt were
given away by BOB.

WHEREFORE, Plaintiffs pray that this Honorable Court grant the following relief:

  1. enter judgment against Robert Miller in an amount to be determined at trial for the value of the two truck loads of salt given to David Diamond of the Illinois Rail Way Museum
  2. For such other and further relief as this Court deems just and equitable.

Count 3 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Expenditures on Gift Cards

“On or about June 8, 2008 BOB purchased $1250 of gift cards from the Barn Nursery using Road district credit cards which were in turn paid for with Road District money.

“On or about June 2, 2016, BOB purchased gift cards at a cost of $210 charging said gift cards to the
Road District financial accounts.

Bob did not memorialize in any Road District record who received the respective Gift cards or how
they were used…for unauthorized purposes.”

Again judgment against Robert Miller in an amount to be determined at trial is requested.

Count 4 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Giving Away Cellular Telephones

While Bob Miller was Road Commissioner, “the Road District acquired Cellular telephones associated with telephone numbers on the Road District Accounts. Those Cellular phones having been acquired at Road District expense and associated with the following telephone numbers:

(847) 878-1613
(847) 875-0548
(847) 343-3892
(847) 343-8732
(847) 343-3892
(224) 239-7852
(847) 970-0571

“At a point in time between BOB’s loss of the Primary election in 2017 and his departing office, BOB conveyed the cellular telephones owned by the Road District to various other persons in a breach of his fiduciary duty.

“BOB went further in the breach when he re-assigned the telephone numbers shown above in paragraph 101 to individuals including Derek Lee, and Andrew Rosencrans (Family members of Robert Miller).”

Recompense is requested.

Count 5 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Improvements to Miller Residence at Road District Expense

“On or about January 28, 2016, Robert Miller caused to be acquired with road district funds Blink cameras and had said cameras installed in his personal residence.

“The Cameras themselves had a cost of $299 to the Road District.

Anna May Miller

Despite demand to return said Blink Cameras, Defendants Bob and Anna May have retained the Cameras.

“Upon information and belief Defendants BOB and ANNA MAY caused to be expended from Road District funds the sum of $4,090 from Martenson Decorating on property not belonging to the Road District in the period of time between June 2013 and December 2016.

“The breach of BOB and ANNA MAY’s fiduciary duty to the Road District arose when BOB and ANNA MAY used Road District funds for improvements to their personal residence with the installation of the cameras and decorating services.”

Return of the money spent is requested.

Count 6 – Breach of Fiduciary Duty – Use of Road District Funds to Improve Non-Road District Property

“On or about June 12, 2013, and 9/10/2014 BOB caused to be expended with Road District funds repairs to property not owned by the Road District to Behm Paving totaling $13,644.40.

“Between 10/12/2014 and 5/17/2017 BOB caused Road District funds in the amount of 13,644.40 to be used to pay Birch for installation of communications equipment on property not owned by the Road District.”

Whatever the Court decides was spent, Gasser wants it returned to the Highway Department.

Count 7 – Conversion

“Between 1993 and 2017 Robert Miller prepared an annual report setting forth all of the liabilities of the Road District. In each and every one of those annual reports Robert Miller swore under oath that there were no liabilities of the road district related to un paid sick time.

“The financial audits commencing in 1994 and continuing to 2016 did not reflect any liability of the Road District associated with any claim of Robert Miller to unpaid sick time.

“In April 2017, Robert Miller caused Road District funds to be paid directly to him under a claim that he was entitled to unpaid sick time.

“On or about January 16, 2018, Robert Miller, via his counsel articulated that he was not entitled to payment of the $47,381.84 payment by the Road District and that it was an  error in which he actually had a claim against Algonquin Township general town fund. See paragraph 2 of Miller’s Motion to Correct Record filed 1/16/18.

“By way of the admission of Robert Miller in his 1/16/2018 filing, The Road District is entitled to the return of the $47,381.84 payment Miller contends was paid to him in error.

“Plaintiffs made demand upon Robert Miller to return the payment (which Robert Miller acknowledges was in error) referenced above in paragraph 122.

“The Road District has a right in the property being the $47,381.84 erroneously paid to Robert Miller.

“The Road District has a right to the immediate absolute and unconditional possession of the $47,381.84 [plus interest].”

Count 8 – Constructive Fraud

“Robert Miller was elected Highway Commissioner in 1993 or thereabouts.

“Between 1994 and 2017 Robert Miller prepared a sworn annual report setting forth all of the liabilities of the Road District. In each and every one of those annual reports Robert Miller swore under oath that there were no liabilities of the Road District related to unpaid sick time associated with any claim BOB may have had. A fiduciary relationship existed between Robert Miller and the Road District.

“The financial audit reports commencing in 1994 and continuing to 2016 did not reflect any liability of the Road District associated with any claim of Robert Miller to unpaid sick time.

“In April 2017, Robert Miller caused Road District funds to be paid directly to him under a claim that he was entitled to unpaid sick time.

“Within this pleadings of this Case, Robert Miller acknowledged that he was not due any funds from the Road District for his unpaid sick leave and that there was an error in the payment by the Road District to Robert Miller in the amount of $47,381.84

“Plaintiffs made demand upon Robert Miller to return the payment (which Robert Miller acknowledges was in error) referenced above in paragraph 122.

“The Road District has a right in the property being the $47,381.84 erroneously paid to Robert Miller.

“Robert Miller accepted the fruit of the constructive fraud by continuing to retain the money he acknowledges was paid to him in error.

“Bob was aware of the breach of his fiduciary duty at the time he accepted the $47,381.84 payment because he had just completed a highway commissioner report which did not list the liability owed to him only days before claiming the funds.”

Count 9 – Accounting

This count will be covered tomorrow.

Gasser Not Kicked Out of Algonquin Township Hall

The eviction of Algonquin Township was the subject of a NWH front page article.

Trumpeted by the Northwest Herald, the ousting of Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser and his staff from the Township Hall did not live up to its billing.

When the end of the Monday night agenda was reached, Trustee David Chapman said of the relocation motion,

“I move to table until next month.”

Pretty astounded, I asked him after the meeting why he didn’t move forward.

“I never said I wanted to kick Andrew out.”

He indicated that his goal was to get the Township’s Clerk’s documents moved to a more accessible location, that the remote location was not conducive to running an efficient office.

Colleen Schor

We were standing next to the really big break room, so I suggested partitioning part of it for record storage.  There is certainly a lot of room in the basement of the building.

Also tabled was a motion to require all attorneys representing township officials to have malpractice insurance.

Prior to the tabling of the relocation of Gasser and his staff, one of the employees, Colleen Schor spoke during the Public Comment period.

Schor challenged the assertion that her office was “contributing to a hostile work environment.”

She seemed to be saying that moving to an outbuilding was a solution in search of a problem.

“We have a mutually beneficial relationship with [the other employees in the building].

“We do not participate with any of the external drama.

“The burden is on you to demonstrate police reports or documents of complaints during work hours.”

Karen Lukasik

Andrew Gasser

Referring to the dispute “between my boss Andrew Gasser and Karen Lukasik,” both are “rarely in the office.”

Schor pointed out that Gasser was usually on the road and Lukasik taught school.

They “are virtually never in the office simultaneously.

“Prior to uprooting our office it seems you might get all the facts.”

McHenry County Coroner Anne Majewski followed up with

“The Highway Office has always been there and constituents expect it to be there.”

Algonquin Village Trustee Jerry Glogowski added,

“It’s ludicrous to relocate him there [in an outbuilding].”

Illinois Leaks Reveals McHenry County Political Web

A post by Illinois Leaks, re-printed with permission:

McHenry County-Political Influence vs Justice

McHenry Co. (ECWd) –

When we see such clear evidence of wrongdoing with taxpayer money and no one is charged, more often than not, local relationships hold the clues as to why we have little accountability at the local level.

That old saying you don’t crap where you eat has become the standard in Illinois and McHenry County appears to fall in line with the rest of the state.

Most know Judges talk, State’s Attorneys talk, Lawyers talk, Village and City Mayors talk.

The politics of Illinois knows no bounds when it comes to matters of influence peddling and protecting the status quo through all that talking behind the scenes.

The key to breaking this chain, known as the Combine in Illinois, is exposure.

Connect the dots as it relates to Algonquin Township:

  • Judge Micheal Chmiel – Current Civil Judge in McHenry County – After graduating law school clerked for a Bankruptcy Court in Rockford. In 2002, started his own firm and a large part of his practice involved local government law.
  • Bob Miller – Former Algonquin Road District Commissioner, a personal friend of Judge Chmiel with whom he had a long-standing political, professional, and social relationship with, to include having Chmiel’s law firm represent the Road District.
  • Miller and Judge Chmiel served together on the Salvation Army Board
  • Rebecca Lee – Local attorney, daughter of Bob Miller -A native of McHenry County started her career as an Assistant McHenry County State’s Attorney. -Asked Judge Chmiel for an emergency special hearing for her arrested Uncle in 2007.  Judge Chmiel later reprimanded for an appearance of impropriety related to that emergency hearing.  [See McHenry County Blog article on the subject here.]
  • Karen Lukasik – Algonquin Township Clerk, ran for office with Bob Miller support – Filed Bankruptcy in 2004 – Micheal Chmiel of Chmiel & Matuszewich represented her in that bankruptcy.
  • James Kelley – former Assistant State’s Attorney, McHenry County, Senior Litigation Attorney for 8 years. In that role, represented the McHenry County Board, the McHenry County Sheriff, Recorder of Deeds, the McHenry County Clerk, Planning and Development Department, and Transportation Department.  Algonquin Township Attorney, also named in Bankruptcy final report in 2007 of Karen Lukasik.
  • Every Village and City Mayor endorsed Robert Miller for Road District Commissioner. [See McHenry County Blog article on the almost every mayor and village president endorsing Miller here.]

All of these people have an influence to some degree in the politics of McHenry County, with maybe the exception of Karen Lukasik who is simply unable to manage either her own finances or the office of Township Clerk.

With so many dots connected so close to Robert Miller, isn’t it fair to ask, what kind of influence do all these people have when it comes to possible criminal indictments against Robert Miller and others at the Algonquin Township Road District?

How many conversations have taken place over the last year on what should or should not happen on this matter?

Oh to be that fly on the wall!

We contend that this entire Algonquin mess is too politically sensitive for local prosecution.

When alleged criminal acts began to surface, the local Sheriff refused to investigate due to his political connections with those who would be investigated. [See McHenry County Blog article on the subject here.]

We understand the State Police were of little assistance due to resource allocation.

That leaves the State’s Attorney’s office to become both investigating agency and prosecutor.

A line that can only be walked with a very limited exception on this type of case.

Cross that line and the whole case gets thrown out.

Prosecution of public corruption can be a two-edged sword.

On one hand, you’re the citizen’s hero for protecting the taxpayer while on the other hand, you become the arch enemy of the political party of those charged, a sure self-destruction of future political favor if that is your own party, which in this case it is.

Putting local politics and friendship aside may well be one of the hardest things a prosecutor has to do.

Considering there is yet another civil court filing alleging Breach of Fiduciary Duty, Conversion, Constructive Fraud, and an Accounting, it is clear there are legal minds that see the same thing we are seeing.

If the local State’s Attorney selects to use his prosecutorial discretion and not prosecute, we predict he will be a one-term State’s Attorney.

We also predict if he does move forward with a truly aggressive prosecution, it will be a game changer to his political career as well as the career’s of numerous other corrupt public figures in McHenry County………..like maybe the Crystal Lake Park Board members giving themselves compensation in violation of the law?

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Pritzker Cancels CL Chamber of Commerce Appearance

JB Pritzker

Democratic candidate for Governor JB Pritzker was supposed to speak to members of the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce this afternoon at the CL Park District’s Main Beach House.

He cancelled the appearance because of “a death in the personal circle of the Pritzker family, according to the  CL Chamber

It has been re-scheduled for Sunday, June 3rd , the Chamber advises.

The email indicates it was designed as a “Meet and Greet.”

Theft from Ruger Train Shipment Results in Another Sentence

A press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office:

Convicted Felon Sentenced to Seven and a Half Years in Federal Prison for Stealing Firearms from Cargo Train

CHICAGO — A federal judge today sentenced a convicted felon to seven and a half years in prison in connection with the theft of more than a hundred firearms from a cargo train on the South Side of Chicago.

On April 12, 2015, ALEXANDER PEEBLES and seven other men burglarized the cargo train while it was parked in a railyard in Chicago’s Avalon Park neighborhood. The cargo train was en route from a Ruger factory in New Hampshire to Spokane, Wash.

The thieves broke locks on a train car and spent over four hours unloading approximately 104 firearms, which they transported to a stash house in the city’s Englewood neighborhood.

To date, law enforcement has recovered 33 of the stolen firearms at various locations, including 17 at crime scenes in Chicago and the surrounding area. [Emphasis added]

All eleven defendants charged in the case have now been sentenced. The other defendants are: FREDERICK LEWIS (sentenced to 15 years in prison); TERRY WALKER (12 and a half years in prison); ANDREW SHELTON (ten years in prison); PATRICK EDWARDS (eleven years in prison); NATHAN DRIGGERS (eight years in prison); DANDRE MOODY (seven years and nine months in prison); WARREN GATES (five years and three months in prison); ELGIN LIPSCOMB (five years in prison); MARCEL TURNER (four years in prison); and LORI SHELTON (three years of probation).

Peebles, 47, of Chicago, pleaded guilty in 2016 to one count of illegal possession of a firearm by a felon, and one count of possession of a stolen firearm. U.S. District Judge John J. Tharp Jr. imposed the 90-month sentence in federal court in Chicago.

The sentencing was announced by John R. Lausch, Jr., United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois; and Celinez Nunez, Special Agent-in-Charge of the Chicago Field Division of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The Chicago Police Department and the Norfolk Southern Railroad Police Department provided valuable assistance.

The government is represented by Assistant U.S. Attorney Christopher V. Parente.

More Noncompliance Outlined for Algonquin Township Clerk Karen Lukasik and Former Township Road Commissioner Bob Miller

The following is re-published from Illinois Leaks with permission:

Algonquin Township Road District – More Clerk failures and Hwy Department no bid purchases

McHenry Co. (ECWd) –We received our request for records regarding two John Deere tractors that Bob Miller purchased in 2015 and have forwarded the information to the State’s Attorney.

We requested: 

  • “A copy of the bid announcement/publication for the purchase of a John Deer 4066R Utility Tractor purchased on June 19, 20 11 on PO 1101 from the Road District.”
  • “A copy of all bids received pertaining to the purchase of the John Deer 4066R Utility Tractor”

The response:

  • “Documents responsive to this request are enclosed.”

Karen Lukasik

So when the Clerk informs me that the responsive documents are enclosed that would indicate bid announcement/publication would be provided as well as all bids received.

The Clerk should resign from office for her complete inability to respond to a simple FOIA request truthfully because neither of what we asked for was provided.  

Since there was no bid announcement/publication provided we must conclude there was no announcement or publication for the purchase of close to $100,000 worth of equipment.

What was provided was nothing more than the proposal/quote provided by the seller, invoice records, a purchase receipt and other John Deere billing records that had NOTHING to do with this request and the original purchase order.

This is where it may get even more problematic for Bob Miller, the former Algonquin Township Road District Commissioner.

605 ILCS 5/6-201.7 – Except for professional services, when the cost of construction, materials, supplies, new machinery or equipment exceeds $20,000, the contract for such construction, materials, supplies, machinery or equipment shall be let to the lowest responsible bidder after advertising for bids at least once, and at least 10 days prior to the time set for the opening of such bids, in a newspaper published within the township or road district, or, if no newspaper is published within the township or road district then in one published within the county, or, if no newspaper is published within the county then in a newspaper having general circulation within the township or road district, but, in case of an emergency, such contract may be let without advertising for bids.For purposes of this Section “new machinery or equipment” shall be defined as that which has been previously untitled or that which shows fewer than 200 hours on its operating clock and that is accompanied by a new equipment manufacturer’s warranty.

We have been unable to identify if this equipment was ever put out for bid as is required under Illinois law and considering the Township was unable to produce such records we must assume that to be the case.

A safe assumption in light of an emailed proposal that matches the purchase information.

A couple other issues have jumped out on this matter.

There were documents included that point to a contract with the Illinois Association of County Board Members (IACBM).

Is this a feeble attempt to imply they did not have to bid it out?

Feeble because even if the IACBM had a state contract for this particular piece of equipment, they are not a public body so using their bid, if they ever had one, is not applicable.

Miller made the purchase on June 19th, 2015 with a typed PO on Algonquin letterhead.

As confirmation this was not a proper bid, we also have the emailed proposal, which clearly is not a proper bid process, similar to what happened with the Miller Sweeper purchase.

As our investigation continues with this group, we must bring everyone back to the 2017 Annual Report filed by Miller.

You know, the one that had no liability for sick days that he paid himself for?

Well, he also failed to report one of the two mower decks he purchased with these tractors.

He purchased two MX5 Lift-Type Rotary Cutter – 540 RPM PT – $2,824.00 each with serial number’s 1POOMX5CCFP042366and 1POOMX5CEFP042365

We did find the purchased tractors listed but much like sick leave liability missing from the Annual Report, the rotary cutter, serial number (POOMX5CCFP042366), is not listed on the Annual Inventory.

Please don’t take our word for it, look for yourself!

If you’re wondering why this information was sent to the State’s Attorney look no further than Limestone Township in Kankakee and what happened there when the Road Commissioner purchased a vehicle without putting it out for property bidding.

He was facing prosecution by their State’s Attorney had the matter not been resolved and the vehicle returned.

Should Miller be any different in McHenry County?

Algonquin Township Board Cuts Gasser Legal Expenses from $250,000 to $150,000

When the budget for the Algonquin Township Road District was considered by the Township Board on Monday night, the Board voted 4-1 to reduce the line item for legal fees from $250,000 to $150,000.

David Chapman reviews the history of Highway Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s lawsuits.

Trustee David Chapman made the reduction motion, saying, “I can;t in good conscience vote for $250,000 for legal bills with no end in sight..

Jim Kelly explained why he disagreed with Andrew Gasser’s attorney Robert Hanlon’s opinion that the Board did not have the authority to cut a line item.

Dan Shea, longest serving Trustee, asked, “Do we have authority to reduce it?”

Attorney Jim Kelly advised that a zero in the line item for salt would be a problem, but he believed ILCS6-501(c) gave the Board the authority to reduce the amounts requested in line items.

He said that he had reviewed a memo from Gasser attorney Robert Hanlon advising the opposite and disagreed with it.

“Unfortunately, there is no really good case law on this,” Kelly said.

The vote was 4-1 for the reduction, with only Trustee Rachael Lawrence voting against the motion.

Chuck Lutzow

While voting with the majority, Supervisor Church Lutzow said he “wasn’t going to disarm Mr. Gasser.”

Trustee Melissa Victor characterized the lawsuits as Gasser’s “playing detective.

“I believe these are all meritless lawsuits.”

She pointed out that both suits had already been “dismissed twice.”

Comments about the legal fees were sprinkled through out the meeting with the most dramatic portion being an attack by Township Clerk Karen Lukasik.

Karen Lukasik attacking Andrew Gasser.

You’ll have to watch the recording of the tirade, if her assistant, Monique Miller, a previous Democratic Party candidate for the McHenry County Board, didn’t turn off the recorder, to be able to gauge its intensity.

Highway Commissioner Andrew Gasser stood calmly during it all.

During Public Comment period, which occurred after the vote, former McHenry County Board member Lou Anne Majewski berated the board majority for having “an ongoing vendetta against Mr. Gasser, “evidenced in the second guessing of his legal bills.

“The Local 150 suit is here because [former Algonquin Township Road Commissioner] Robert Miller brought Local 150 to Algonquin Township.

“You ought to have a time out room for the lot of you,” the long-time Republican Precinct Committeeman said.

“If you continue to do this, this will be the reason that this township will be abolished.”

Her daughter, McHenry County Coroner Anne Majewski, followed up:

“Every official should be embarrassed for not questioning the [expenses] of the former [Road Commissioner].

“Why isn’t Bill Prim investigating this?

“Why isn’t the Stat’s Attorney [doing more]?”

Algonquin Village Trustee Jerry Glogowski sat in on the meeting.

Jerry Glogowoski

He spoke during Public Comment period.

“I’ve heard so many complaints. It’s getting a little tiresome.

“You don’t realize how many people [disapprove of the fighting].

“They don’t understand why intelligent people can’t get along.

“This is worse than when the Western Bypass was going on.

“You have to engage in professional behavior.”

He predicted that continued dissension would lead to the abolishing township government.

“This type of action is proving [Bop Anderson’s] point.

Fire Protection Districts Effect of 2018 Property Taxes

Here are the statistics on how Fire Protection Districts had on McHenry County tax bills:

Fire Protection Districts            
             
Alg-LITH FPD $7,821,097 $8,702,042 11.3%   $8,886,661 2.1%
Barrington Country FPD $362,528 $413,460 14.0% McH Co only $391,583 -5.3%
Cary FPD $3,813,387 $3,979,179 4.3%   $4,147,164 4.2%
CL Rural FPD $1,579,677 $1,634,846 3.5%   $1,667,440 2.0%
FRG FPD $1,278,220 $1,299,897 1.7%   $1,300,855 0.1%
Harvard FPD $1,040,959 $1,040,962 0.0%   $1,097,460 5.4%
Hebron-Alden-Grnwd FPD $432,169 $436,991 1.1%   $436,991 0.0%
Huntley FPD $8,466,886 $8,467,067 0.0%   $8,554,949 1.0%
Marengo FPD $1,031,421 $1,086,159 5.3%   $1,051,476 -3.2%
Marengo Rescue Squad $625,175 $650,182 4.0%   $670,437 3.1%
McHenry Twp FPD $7,025,009 $7,306,020 4.0%   $7,319,277 0.2%
Nunda Rural FPD $954,000 $965,803 1.2%   $975,004 1.0%
Richmond FPD $677,903 $710,502 4.8%   $725,502 2.1%
Spring Grove FPD $1,501,001 $1,519,005 1.2%   $1,534,503 1.0%
Union FPD $189,663 $196,918 3.8%   $198,498 0.8%
Wauconda FPD $837,778 $837,757 0.0% McH Co only $855,974 2.2%
Woodstock FPD $6,000,009 $6,145,009 2.4%   $6,288,801 2.3%
Wonder Lake FPD $949,370 $958,007 0.9%   $962,435 0.5%

Tuesday from 3-4:30, JB Pritzker Will Be at CL Main Beach House

Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate JB Pritzker is coming to Crystal Lake Tuesday.

The appearance will be at the Crystal Lake Park District’s Main Beach House.

The Crystal Lake Park District’s Main Beach House.

It is sponsored by the Crystal Lake Chamber of Commerce and you are welcome to attend, if you are a member.

An organization opposed to Pritzker’s election (not the Republican Party, as far as I know) have announced a demonstration in front of the building.  (Plenty of public sidewalk there.)

Skillicorn Finds Fault with Three Items in Rauner’s Amendatory Veto

Just this afternoon, Governor Bruce Rauner sent out a press release on a massive amendatory veto that concerned subjects ranging from the death penalty to gun control to making it easier to impose a sales tax for education.

State Rep. Allen Skillicorn expresses his reservations in the following press relese:

THREE STRIKES FOR THREE AMENDATORY VETOES

Allen Skillicorn

East Dundee, IL—Capitol Fax has reported that the Governor’s Amendatory Veto to HB1468 makes these three changes:

• reinstates the death penalty in Illinois
• requires 72 hour waiting period for sale of ALL guns
• creates the “firearm owner restraining order” without due process

As Amendatory Vetoes are unpopular with legislators, it is unclear what the next step will be.

Also, I have concerns with all three; first, Illinois’ death penalty prohibition came about after serious corruption was revealed. That corruption has not been corrected. Second, there is no evidence that waiting periods actually prevent crime. States without waiting periods do not experience less gun crime–is this just another law that only inconveniences the law abiding while doing nothing to curtail criminality? Third, an ex parte order of protection without just cause is an invitation to civil rights abuses and lawsuits.

As someone who deeply respects due process, all three of the vetoes are non-starters.

Wondering If Majority of Algonquin Township Board Has Realized Attempt to Evict Road Commissioner from Town Hall Helps Campaign to Abolish Township

The following is on the agenda of the Algonquin Township Board tonight:

Old Business:

Township Building space allocation, office & storage space relocation, as well as records storage and consolidation. Relocation of Highway Commissioners office by June 11, 2018.

Guess this is on the agenda because of the likely violation of the Open Meetings Act pointed out by Illinois Leaks.

Taking such action will probably result is still a third article in the Northwest Herald about what appears to many to be a petty issue to many.

(One told me it looked how third graders would act.)

But, maybe the the three Township Trustees in favor of giving Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser the boot, all of whom seem to favor the continuation of their township government, will figure out that such action will merely add fuel to the fire those favoring abolition of Algonquin Township.

A possibility, but I doubt it.

Also I have been told that Road District employees, using Road District equipment not only excavated for the foundation of the Township Hall in the early 1970’s, but also poured the concrete footings, as well as other assistance in its construction.

Budget hearings will start at 6:30, the regular May Board meeting at 7.

Woodstock Square Gunshot Results in Arrest of Three Teens

press release from the Woodstock Polilce:

Reckless Discharge of a Firearm and Burglary to Motor Vehicle Arrest

On Sunday, May 13th, 2018, at approximately 1:00 p.m., the Woodstock Police Department was dispatched to the 100 block of E. Van Buren Street in the Woodstock Square in reference to a “Shots fired” complaint.

Woodstock Square during Fair Diddly

Responding officers located a handgun laying on the ground, which was expeditiously secured as likely evidence. A 17 year old male suspect was located in the immediate vicinity and taken into custody after probable cause for an arrest was reached. He was subsequently transported to the Woodstock Police Department.

As the case progressed, officers learned of two additional juvenile suspects who were involved.

The 13 and 14 year old male suspects were located near the Woodstock Square and were also taken into custody for questioning.

A Woodstock detective learned that the 13 and 14 year old suspects had recently committed several car burglaries over the weekend.

Information developed that a handgun was stolen during one of the car burglaries.

Additional evidence from several other car burglaries they had allegedly committed was recovered and secured as evidence.

On Sunday, May 13th at approximately 1:00 p.m., during an arranged meeting, the 13 and 14 year olds sold the handgun to the 17 year old for an undisclosed amount of money on the 100 block of E. Van Buren Street.

This transaction led to the 17 year old coming into possession of the handgun.

Information, at this time, indicates that the chosen location of their meeting was purely a matter of convenience for those involved and, otherwise, not related to any Woodstock Square activity.

Soon after the transfer of possession of the handgun, a single round was discharged.

Nothing indicates that more than one round was fired in this incident.

Upon conferring with the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office, all three juveniles were charged appropriately with the below listed charges.

They were then transported to the Kane County Juvenile Detention Center in St. Charles, Illinois, to await a detention hearing at the McHenry County Courthouse on Monday, May 14th, 2018, at 1:30 p.m.

Due to all three suspects being juveniles, their names will not be released.

Arrested Persons:

  • 17-year-old male
  • 14-year-old male
  • 13-year-old male

Charges: 17-year-old male

  • Reckless Discharge of a Firearm – Class 4 Felony
  • Aggravated Unlawful Use of a Weapon – Class 4 Felony
  • Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Firearm Ammo – Class 4
    Felony
  • Unlawful Use of Weapons – Class A Misdemeanor

14-year-old male

  • Burglary to Motor Vehicle – Class 3 Felony
  • Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Firearm Ammo – Class 4 Felony
  • Criminal Trespass to Vehicle – Class A Misdemeanor

13-year-old male

  • Unlawful Sale or Delivery of Firearms – Class 2 Felony
  • Burglary to Motor Vehicle – Class 3 Felony
  • Unlawful Possession of a Firearm and Firearm Ammo – Class 4 Felony
  • Criminal Trespass to Vehicle – Class A Misdemeanor

Court Date: 05-14-18 @ 1:30 P.M.
Bond: Juveniles – No Bond Applies

The public is reminded that an arrest is not evidence of guilt and that all defendants in a
criminal case are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

Rauner Proposes Massive Admendatory Veto on Death Penalty, Gun Control

With the Illinois General Assembly scheduled to adjourn at the end of May, other things being equal, Governor Bruce Rauner has come out with an amendatory veto will massive additions, which are explained in his press release below.  Odds of House Speaker Mike Madigan allowing the Governor’s proposals to be considered as proposed are slim.

Gov. Rauner proposes death penalty for mass murderers and killers of law enforcement officers

Public safety package extends 72-hour wait to all guns, bans bump stocks

CHICAGO – (May 14, 2018) Gov. Bruce Rauner today asked the Illinois General Assembly to reinstate the death penalty for mass murderers and those who kill law enforcement officers.

The proposal is part of a precedent-setting public safety initiative that the Governor unveiled in an amendatory veto (AV) of House Bill 1468 which also urges legislators to:

  • Extend the 72-hour waiting period for delivery of all gun purchases in Illinois.
  • Ban bump stocks and trigger cranks.
  • Authorize restraining orders to disarm dangerous individuals.
  • Make judges and prosecutors more accountable by making them explain – on the record – why charges are reduced in plea agreements for violent offenders in gun cases.
  • Free up local revenue to hire resource officers and mental health workers to help intervene and prevent student violence before it occurs.

Bruce Rauner

“Gun violence has rocked the nation and our state,” Rauner said. “This is a responsible, bipartisan approach to the problem that will help ensure the safety and security of our children, our peacekeepers, our families, and our communities in Illinois.”

“Few crimes are more heinous than purposeful killings of children and peacekeepers,” Rauner said. “We didn’t propose the death penalty lightly. We had to balance the need for safety and, in the end, we wanted to make it abundantly clear we have no tolerance for such atrocities in Illinois.”

Rauner’s changes to HB 1468 create a new category of homicide called “death penalty murder.” It would apply to offenders 18 and over that prosecutors charge with killing peace officers or two or more people without lawful justification.

Guilt beyond all doubt

Defendants would be tried using a higher standard for determining guilt. Death penalty murder suspects would have to be convicted by juries “beyond all doubt,” not just “beyond a reasonable doubt” required for guilty findings of other criminal offenses.

Appeals courts would have to apply the same standard and conduct an independent review of the evidence with no deference paid to a jury’s decision.

“We want to raise the standard because we recognize legitimate concerns about the death penalty,” Rauner said. “We are intent on avoiding wrongful convictions and the injustice of inconsistency.”

72-hour wait for all guns, not just hand guns

In the AV of HB 1468, the Governor extended the 72-hour waiting period to the delivery of all guns sold in Illinois, not just certain types of guns. Current Illinois law applies the waiting period only to handguns.

“In the case of school or other mass shooters, a 72-hour waiting period may provide just enough time for law enforcement or school officials to detect danger and take action to prevent delivery of a firearm. In the case of someone who is suicidal, that time could mean the difference between life and death,” Rauner said.

Bump stock, trigger crank bans

The AV also reiterated the Governor’s support for a ban on bump stocks and trigger cranks. “These accessories that in the wrong hands can be used to assemble weapons of mass destruction,” Rauner said. The language he suggested is identical to Senate Bill 2343, which has not yet moved in the legislature.

Public safety and legal experts agree these accessories are not firearms, so the ban is not an infringement of 2nd Amendment gun rights.

Disarm the dangerous: Gun Violence Restraining Orders

The Governor’s AV includes a Gun Violence Restraining Order Act to more quickly disarm those who are a danger to themselves and others. It is a reasonable balance between the Second amendment and other rights of gun owners and the public interest in preventing gun violence.

An emergency order, triggered by family or law enforcement could prohibit gun possession for 14 days with probable cause. A search warrant to seize owned firearms could be initiated only by law enforcement based on probable cause. A six-month order prohibiting possession of a firearm could be entered only after a full hearing based on clear and convincing evidence of danger.

“We need a streamlined mechanism to allow family members and others to flag the need to remove firearms from the hands of people who pose an immediate and present threat to the public or themselves,” Rauner said.

“At the same time, we must protect the rights of law-abiding gun owners and ensure speedy resolution of the issue requiring clear and convincing evidence,” Rauner said.

“Catch and release” transparency

The AV asks the General Assembly to pass a Gun Crime Charging and Sentencing Accountability and Transparency Act. Rauner believes citizens, particularly victims and victims’ families, ought to know why charges are reduced in plea agreements for violent offenders in gun cases.

The Act requires prosecutors and judges to clearly state – for the record – the rationale for plea agreements, especially those that result in the release of habitual gun offenders. “We deserve to know how violent offenders are allowed back on our streets,” Rauner said.

School Safety: new resources to protect students

Finally, Rauner’s AV amends the County School Facilities Sales Tax statute to let school authorities use the revenue to hire school resource officers or mental health workers based on local determinations of need.

[This, of course, would make it easier for a school sales tax to be passed in counties like McHenry, which do not have a school sales tax.]

It is drawn from the Governor’s Terrorism Task Force and has been favorably received by the Legislative Public Safety Working Group. The Working Group continues to meet and is expected to deliver additional recommendations.

“This is the kind of bipartisan public safety discretion that voters ought to have,” Rauner said. “This use of this sales tax revenue, provided it is approved by referendum, is a sensible step toward providing adequate security for our schools and giving more local control to our communities.”

More on Governor’s public safety initiatives

Rauner’s public safety package includes other substantive proposals that cover interstate gun trafficking countermeasures, increased state trooper deployments, and additional threat precautions and deterrents for Illinois schools. The latter includes formation of regional threat assessment teams to help “harden” potential targets.

The package fulfills the Governor’s pledge to deliver a comprehensive public safety package as a response to the mass killings in Parkland, FL, last winter.

U.S Secretary of Labor Names Andrew Gasser’s Attorney Associate Deputy Secretary of Labor

Michael Avakian

Michael Avakian, one of Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser’s attorneys has been named by U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Alexandra Acosta to be Associate Deputy Secretary of Labor.

Because of this new Federal appointment Avakian  has withdrawn from the local case against Local 150 of the International Union of Operating Engineers,.

A motion to that effect was filed in McHenry County Circuit Couirt on May 8, 2018.

The press release from his law firm. Wimberly & Lawson can be read below:

In a letter to Gasser, remaining attorney Robert Hanlon noted that the withdrawal of Avakian means that the hourly rate for legal services will decline.”

What Municipalities Did to 2018 Tax Bills

Look what city councils and village boards in McHenry County have asked to extract from your pocketbook for the last three years:

Cities and Villages            
             
Algonquin $4,176,673 $4,064,312 -2.7% McH Co only $4,080,860 0.4%
Barrington Hills $1,619,568 $1,488,581 -8.1% McH Co only $1,400,097 -5.9%
Bull Valley $1,488,581 $383,774 -74.2%   $383,774 0.0%
Cary $2,510,592 $2,510,606 0.0%   $2,510,614 0.0%
Crystal Lake $3,730,643 $3,738,814 0.2%   $4,066,255 8.8%
Crystal Lake Fire $8,149,034 $8,140,889 -0.1%   $8,415,849 3.4%
Fox River Grove $828,084 $846,007 2.2% McH Co only $833,315 -1.5%
Fox Lake $158,702 $161,982 2.1% McH Co only $165,027 1.9%
Fox Lake Fire $70,085 $0 -100.0% McH Co only $91,090 #DIV/0!
Greenwood $0 $0 #DIV/0!   $0 #DIV/0!
Harvard $2,921,877 $2,527,828 -13.5%   $3,126,164 23.7%
Hebron $178,837 $186,885 4.5%   $188,517 0.9%
Holiday Hills $31,350 $31,350 0.0%   $31,350 0.0%
Huntley $2,545,061 $2,901,842 14.0% McH Co only $3,011,535 3.8%
Island Lake $718,224 $668,147 -7.0% McH Co only $654,648 -2.0%
Johnsburg $859,172 $859,176 0.0%   $866,428 0.8%
Lake in the Hills $5,481,691 $5,481,688 0.0%   $5,481,723 0.0%
Lakemoor $232,691 $246,737 6.0%   $247,511 0.3%
Lakewood $1,723,236 $1,762,796 2.3%   $1,586,515 -10.0%
Marengo $1,560,036 $1,572,935 0.8%   $1,555,203 -1.1%
McCullum Lake $132,321 $130,806 -1.1%   $132,069 1.0%
McHenry $4,761,650 $4,618,817 -3.0%   $4,618,800 0.0%
Oakwood Hills $289,001 $293,501 1.6%   $296,500 1.0%
Port Barrington $88,934 $89,499 0.6% McH Co only   -100.0%
Prairie Grove $360,002 $360,002 0.0%   $367,201 2.0%
Richmond $468,686 $475,009 1.3%   $479,087 0.9%
Ringwood $81,000 $83,000 2.5%   $86,000 3.6%
Spring Grove $669,533 $671,554 0.3%   $688,985 2.6%
Trout Valley $0 $0 #DIV/0!   $0 #DIV/0!
Union $88,626 $89,353 0.8%   $90,003 0.7%
Wonder Lake $408,999 $413,001 1.0%   $412,502 -0.1%
Woodstock $9,183,026 $8,315,361 -9.4%   $8,364,404 0.6%

The largest cut was 10%, from the Village of Lakewood. Half was a permanent cut, have was an abatement, which can be reinstated.

What the Illinois State Constitution Says about Townships

SECTION 5. TOWNSHIPS

The General Assembly shall provide by law for the
formation of townships in any county when approved by
county-wide referendum. Townships may be consolidated or
merged, and one or more townships may be dissolved or
divided, when approved by referendum in each township
affected. All townships in a county may be dissolved when
approved by a referendum in the total area in which township
officers are elected.

Now, ask yourself,

“How can people dissolve (abolish) their township under state law?’

The answer is

“They can’t.”

Trump Abandons Business Principle of Bulk Buying to Benefit Drug Companies

One obvious way to save tax dollars is to use Federal and state government to buy products in bulk.

I did that, for instance, is the purchase of natural gas for all state facilities in the late 1980’s, saving $1 million as year.

(And I designed the bid specs so that Governor Jim Thompson’s favorite supplier did not win.)

When Obamacare was passed without a Republican vote, I was astounded that the bulk purchase of pharmaceuticals was not included in the bill.

That led me to conclude the not only Republicans, but also Democrats had fallen victim to campaign contributions from drug companies.

It goes back to 2003, as Bloomberg columnist Joe Nocera said in the Chicago Tribune:

In 2003, when Congress passed the massive Part D Medicare prescription-drug benefit, Big Pharma was able to get a provision in the bill banning the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services from negotiating directly with drug companies to set prices, as advanced countries tend to do.

At first the Dems talked a good game, but when the final bill was read after it was passed, people found bulk purchasing missing in action.

Instead, insurance companies would negotiate with drug producers.

Still no push back allowed from the Federal government.

During the campaign,

Nocera also reports of the early 2017 meeting with drug company CEOs, right after Trump was sworn in.

“When they opened again, Trump had not only abandoned his promise to use the government’s bargaining power to bring down drug prices, he was now totally against it!”

Think Progress reports the campaign promises:

“If we have to bid out pharmaceuticals, we’re bidding them out. We’re going to save billions and billions and billions of dollars,” then-candidate Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in February 2016. The same month, he told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough that, “If we negotiated the price of drugs, Joe, we’d save $300 billion a year.” At a March 2016 debate in Michigan, Trump said “I’m not only talking about drugs, I’m talking about other things. We’ll save more than $300 billion a year if we properly negotiate. We don’t do that, we don’t negotiate. We don’t negotiate anything.”

Instead of a rational business approach to purchasing, Trump has decided to use competition and and transparency.

Drugmakers will be required to advertise the cost of their medicines in TV ads and druggists will be allowed to tell customers about cheaper drugs.

Approval of over-the-counter medications will also speeded up.

But no big announcement about the bulk buying proposal made in the campaign.

Headline from online edition of Chicago Tribune, May 11, 2018.

Sounds like a broken promise to me.

New Dorr Township Road Commissioner Selling Equipment

John Fuller, the new Dorr Township Highway Commissioner, is auctioning numerous pieces of heavy equipment according to a notice on Obneauf Auction Service’s web site.

These items are located at Dorr Township Hwy Department
12322 Davis Road, Woodstock, IL 60098
Contact John Fuller (815-338-1060) 

Call For Inspection or Removal Appointment

INSPECT ALL ITEMS BEFORE BIDDING – THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY, AUTHENTICITY & CONDITION RESTS WITH THE BUYER.
Reserve – 10% Buyers Fee – 7% Sales Tax

How to find the Dorr Township Garage.

  • 2014 Terex TW110 Wheeled Excavator
  • 1989 John Deere Road Grader
  • 1995 Case 3220 Tractor
  • Misc
See bottom of page to submit bids
Category: ALL (13 records)
#471 – Dorr Township Hwy Dept. – Equipment, Misc – Auction Starts Closing Monday, May 21 at 10:20 am

Auction Notes

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T_471.01.JPG1989 John Deere Road Grader # 772B-H, Serial # DW772BH525910, Diesel Engine, 866 hours, with 12’ Blade, 12’ Henke Wing, 6 tire chains, 5 scarifier teeth, 2 extra mold board cutting edges, Glendhill V- Plow, Frink 12’ Front Mounted 1-way Plow, Bonnell 42: sub grader, 155 hp to 185 hp switch, Strobe kit and lights, tires 60%, Unit is in Very Good Condition.

This item has a reserve.

161893 11,100.00
Reserve not met 11,200.00
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T_471.02.JPG2014 Terex TW110 Wheeled Excavator #TW110 , Serial # TW11030206, 372 Hours, Lehnhoff 60” Ditching Bucket, 40HD Rock Hound Flail Mower, Lehnhoff quick connect, Strobe Kit, Protection Windshield

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911616 25,250.00
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1995 Case 3220 TractorSerial # 3220RNCJJE0915233 , 3 Cylinder, Diesel 1374 Hours, 540 PTO, 3 Point Hitch, Auxillary Rear Hydraulics and wiring,Shuttle Shift, Strobe Kit, Extra Front Wheel and Tire.


Reserve Met –
This Item Now Sells to the Highest Bidder!

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81893 4,050.00
Reserve met 4,100.00
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T_471.04.JPG1999 Truck Mount Grotech Push Broom, 92”, Western Unimount Hitch, Ultramount adapter, 3 plug wire, 90% broom life left.614062265.00275.00
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T_471.05.JPGKarcher Heated Pressure Washer # HDS 1000, 220 V, 2900 PSI, 285F, Kerosene.44598210.00 220.00
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T_471.06.JPG1998 3pt hitch grader blade71598680.00 85.00
submit bid471 07T_471.07.JPG(6) Cartell 2.5 gallon Minus 20 Winter Premium Diesel 2000 concentrate, 1 gallon treats 2000 gallons of fuel1149825.00 30.00
submit bid471 08T_471.08.JPG(4) Cat Hang on Weights, 102 Lbs each1487325.0030.00
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T_471.09.JPG(7) 54 Lb hang on weights   25.00
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T_471.10.JPG35 Gallons of United # 912 Blue Gem Vehicle Wash and Wax1149825.00 30.00
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T_471.11.JPG55 Gallons of Lorchem Technologies Gloss Boss 612 Final Rinse Wash   25.00
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T_471.12.JPG(4) 2.5 gallon jugs of Schaeffer’s diesel treatment.   25.00
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