Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 3

On to the second page of the Grafton Township Attorney’s bill last month for “Corporate” work.

The total for that category amounted to $8,343.75, but a relatively small amount of the $36,400 total monthly bill.

Below is the second page of the bill:

Page 2 of the Corporate part of the Ancel Glink March bill. Click to enlarge.

Since one of the duties mentioned for newly-hired Township Administrator Pam Fender was preparation of the agenda, I find it interesting that Township Attorney Keri-Lyn Krafthefer is still deeply involved in the process.

More information surfaces with regard the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office involvement in an investigation of what Linda Moore did with the township records after she was banished from her office.

It is interesting that Krafthefer seems to have billed the township $185 for writing a reply to Linda Moore concerning Moore’s “request (for her law firm) to withdraw as counsel.”


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Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 3 — 5 Comments

  1. The legacy of Linda Moore . . . SKY HIGH legal bills. Cal, do you FOIA to get copies of these bills or does Linda just give them to you?

  2. Seems to me that most of the billing is due to conversations with Trustees and the Pam Fender appointment.

  3. Cadman, what do you have against Ms. Fender? I understand being upset at the Trustees if you don’t agree with the appointment of Ms. Fender but why attack her? In this economy, jobs are coveted so do you blame her for taking a job that’s offered?

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