Algonquin Township Trustees Hire New Attorney

At a Special Meeting last night attended by Township Trustees Ed Zimel, Teresa Sharpe Decker and Trustee Millie Medendorp, sans Supervisor Randy Funk and Trustee Theresa Fronczak, a new attorney was retained.

Mark Kimzey was hired to replace John Nelson, who is retiring.

Kimzey will represent the Township Trustees, who have been disputing the way that Supervisor Funk runs Algonquin Township.

From left to right, Clerk Marueen Huff, Trustee Ed Zimel, new Attorney Mark Kimzey, Trustee Teresa Sharpe Decker and Trustee Millie Medendorp.

A Friend of McHenry County Blog reported,

“The meeting was basically that the Lawyer that was representing the trustees is retiring and Mark J. Kimzey was approved as representing the Trustees going forward.

“Kimzey responded to a Q.&A. session of questions from the trustees.

“He also gave a short explanation of what their duties and powers are and what the Township Supervisor’s duties and responsibilities are.

“The meeting lasted around 28 minutes.”


Algonquin Township Trustees Hire New Attorney — 3 Comments

  1. It shows you how dysfunctional this body has become that trustees have to hire their own separate attorney.

    I haven’t seen that since the days of Charlie Nelson in Nunda.

  2. A meeting that lasted 28 minutes but billed by the new attorney for a full hour or more most likely.

    Kenneally is dreaming of this kind of work.

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