LeFew Finds Way to Increase Rutherford’s Name ID

When I was looking through my property tax bill, I saw an insert that McHenry County Treasurer Bill LeFew had placed in the envelope in his early May mailing.

McHenry County Property Tax bill mailing insert in 2013.

McHenry County Property Tax bill mailing insert in 2013.

Just a little helpful reminder, I am sure that he would explain, of how unclaimed property may be sought by coming to the Treasurer’s Office and using “an I-Cash kiosk.”

But, in politics, name identification counts and this insert will help provide that.

Guess I should have gotten to this story a little earlier, because, upon review, I see it was only there through June 15th.

The insert also promotes property tax  exemptions and the new 211 phone line run by United Way.

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Back in 1966 when I was running for McHenry County Treasurer and Harris Rowe was running for State Treasurer, I put out a joint campaign piece for the two of us.


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LeFew Finds Way to Increase Rutherford’s Name ID — 2 Comments

  1. And the I-Cash kiosk never should have been inside the McHenry County Treasurer’s Office in the first place.

    I attended the “ceremony” there and decided to be polite and not ask in public why such a remote and seldom-used location was picked as a test site – why not the Woodstock Jewel-Osco?

    Or the DMV?

    And now the McHenry County Treasurer spotlights Dan Rutherford, whom I personally like, in a taxpayer-supported mailing.

    McHenry County politics at its best… yeah, sure…

  2. When was the last tiime anyone saw Bill LeFew in the Treasurer’s office?

    Does he pick up his $$$ County paycheck, or is it sent to his insurance business in Harvard?

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