Taxpayer Tries, But Fails to Stop Special Algonquin Township Meeting to Approve Road District Tax Levy

A suit was filed by an Algonquin Township man named Michael Smith to enjoin the Algonquin Township Board from holding its Saturday Special Meeting at which a delayed approval of the Road District was scheduled.

Argument is made that notice to approve a tax levy must be given fourteen days before the meeting.

The notice for Saturday’s meeting was made Thursday.

The judge disagreed with the contention made by attorney Denise Ambroziak, but indicated that the basic argument of the case—that the Township did not follow the rules necessary to approve the Road District levy—could be heard later.


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Taxpayer Tries, But Fails to Stop Special Algonquin Township Meeting to Approve Road District Tax Levy — 5 Comments

  1. From what we heard the judge said it did not qualify for an emergency injunction because any harm done could be reversed after the fact.

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