Which is the more important local government, McHenry County or McHenry County College?
Looking at the question geographically, McHenry County covers the whole county, which MCC covers all of the county but District 300, while slipping over the Kane County line to encompass that part of the Huntley School District and not covering the Wauconda or Barrington School Districts’ parts of McHenry County.
Looking at budgets, the County’s is larger, too.
McHenry County is authorized to collect $78,535,191 in property taxes this year, while MCC’s aims for $26,917,740.
In Fiscal Year 2013, McHenry County’s total budget is $250 million, while McHenry County College’s is $54.2 million.
Now look at the security restrictions for pdf documents. First, those for McHenry County:
Compare the openness of McHenry County to that of McHenry County College:
Join me in asking for full transparency on the part of McHenry County College.