More Time Card Analysis for Anna May Miller

From Illinois Leaks, republished with permission:

Algonquin Township Road District – Time Card Tuesday #2 –

McHenry Co. (ECWd) –It’s time for Time Card Tuesday once again.  This article will begin with the first two time cards we have for Anna May Miller, former employee of the Road District.What makes this time card coverage so interesting is not just the math problems, but the date problems on the time cards.

The first time card is for the week ending 10/13/2014, however the date at the bottom is 10/15/2013, a year separated?

Anna Miller time card dated October 15, 2013.

The entries for days worked are for Monday, October 7th, 2013 as the first day, then the next four entries follow the days in the week but are reported as 2014 entries with the final entry jumping back to 2013.

Considering there is no way to know what actual pay cycle this time card covers, we can only report that the math, once again, does not add up.

The first time card reflects 1.42 hours of extra regular time and 1.5 of extra overtime, and possibly an additional 3.

Considering we don’t know what actual week was worked on this time card because of the date entries conflicting, we don’t know if the last entry of 3 hours of overtime was proper or not.

At $30.00 an hour, this one time card has $42.60 in extra regular time and $67.50 in extra over-time, for an extra total of $110.10.

The second time card is for the week ending October 21, 2013, however, the bottom date entry is October 21, 2015two years separated?

This time card reflects an extra 15 minutes of regular time, 1 hour extra of overtime, and one entry where it actually under-reports 30 minutes of overtime due.

At $30.00 an hour, this one time card has $7.50 in extra regular time and $22.50 in extra over-time, for an extra total of $30.00

These two-time cards reflect an extra $140.10 for time not worked however we have no way of confirming what payroll ledger to use to know what was actually paid because of the dates listed that span 2 years.

Check back for more reporting on the fuzzy math time cards of Anna May Miller.

You can download the time cards at this link or view below by scrolling the page to see both cards.image name


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More Time Card Analysis for Anna May Miller — 9 Comments

  1. Instead of worrying about this , isn’t it about time LOSER GASSER is ousted out??

  2. I would still like to see if she clocked in for work at the township on the days that she left the PHHS committee meetings early, which she did routinely, causing many problems with voting and maintaining a quorum.

  3. As for Gasser, he was not equipped for the job to begin with but was effectively sabotaged by Miller on the latter’s way out the door.

    The Township Board should cut him some slack.

  4. He must be bored tinkerbelle, I agree with you 100%. If Cal thinks people that don’d have the same agenda as Gasser care about this he needs to get back in touch with reality.

    Maybe he’s just bored writing an article on $140.00 that he has no idea or information about.

  5. The Nob is a Miller Slob always defending these crooks, yes Gasser is incompetent, but not a crook,thief, liar or horrible horrible bunch.

  6. No excuse for padding a time card.

    I guess when you are salaried, like gasser, you can work from Mississippi during our difficult winter months.

    One can just “mail it in” using FedEx.

    The thieves in the daylight, kirk and the boys, can post all they want, but the writing is on the wall for these attorney feeding fools.

    Time for these do gooders and gasser to go.

  7. Gasser was the only person in the township willing and able to dislodge the Miller Crime Family Dynasty from their 3 generation Death Grip on the Road District.

    You can see from the time card issues how this was to the detriment of the taxpayers.

    The person reviewing the time cards is the same person into whose bank account any unearned monies would go.

    That’s precisely why nepotism of this sort should not be allowed.

    If the townships will not police themselves, the state legislature needs to do it.

    Where are McSweene, Skillcorn, Reick, Weber and Wilcox on introducing legislation to impose anti nepotism rules on townships and also county wide elected officials?

  8. The voting against Miller in the Rep primary was anti long serving elected official, anti townships, and of course anti nepotism.

    A more qualified individual would of won by way more of a margin than Gasser got.

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