Banned from the Algonquin Township Hall by Supervisor Chuck Lutzow, Highway Department Deputy Ryan Provenzano Now in Road District Office

For reasons never made quite clear to me, Algonquin Township Supervisor Chuck Lutzow banned his assistant Ryan Provenzano from the Township Hall when he fired him.

Provenzano saw his part-time gig with Algonquin Township Road Commissioner Andrew Gasser turned into a supervisory role.

Today I went to the Township Hall to ask Lutzow when the special meeting to consider the Township Board’s response to the email from Gasser that Melissa Victor distributed. His assistant told me none had been scheduled.

I saw that recycling was still going on.

Man recycles on Monday, April 20, 2018, at Algonquin Township.

But the “fake news” was gone.

The sign was blank.

The email said the Road District would not schedule senior bus service after last Friday, Auguswt 17th.

When I walked into the Highway Department, I saw Provenzano working at a computer.

When Gasser returned to the office, I asked him about the bus service and he said it was running.

Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner Andrew Gasser and Deputy Ryan Provenzano go over the August calandar.


Gasser didn’t say what Provenzano was in the Township Hall, seemingly in contravention to Lutzow’s decree.

Also saw the following on the wall:

August goals of the Algonquin Township Road District.


Comments

Banned from the Algonquin Township Hall by Supervisor Chuck Lutzow, Highway Department Deputy Ryan Provenzano Now in Road District Office — 9 Comments

  1. This just goes to show that Putzow has no leadership.

    Time to go.

  2. “Pray More”?

    At a government workplace?

    Sometimes I wonder if Gasser is just seeking out confrontations.

  3. You can’t “ban” somebody from a public building.

    Also the Road Commissioner’s office is accessible I believe from a direct entrance to the outside.

    That said, the Provenzano hire reeks of patronage.

  4. Andrew and his TEAM say Ryan is not a Crony Patronage hire, what do you say Cal?

  5. @ Billy Bob.

    I couldn’t agree more.

    Praying to any of the many gods has no place in a public office.

  6. Unobtrusive prayer at a government workplace isn’t really a problem as long as it’s totally voluntary.

    When the boss posts a sign that can be seen as encouraging or coercing prayer from his employees, it becomes a problem.

    Gasser is just asking for a formal complaint or a lawsuit.

  7. He better change his board to read “opps, 150 won” Ryan isn’t needed.

  8. Just get a warrant to search the Miller home… and his storage space in Genoa, WISCONSIN

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