Grafton Township Meeting Ends in a Whimper

All the air was sucked out of the 7 PM Annual Town Meeting of Grafton Township as Linda Moore’s opponents won the vote in the Special Town Meeting that started an hour before. The Annual Town Meeting started about twenty … Continue reading

Judge Caldwell’s Feb 24th Grafton Township Suit Concluding Comments – Part 2 – Forensicon and Elgin Lock & Key Bills Not Approved

In the latest hearing on the continuing Grafton Township separation of powers case, Judge Michael Caldwell continues to tell the township what bills should be paid and which should not.   Township Supervisor Linda Moore has been withholding bills she … Continue reading

What Happened about the Grafton Township Case in Judge Michael Caldwell’s Courtroom

I wrote a piece on what I heard sitting in the courtroom while the elected Grafton Township combatants’ attorneys tilted in the first post-decision hearing. Out in the hall, Supervisor Linda Moore’s attorney John Nelson outlined what had been decided. … Continue reading

Grafton Township Court Order Fires Pam Fender and Ancel Glick – Part 2

Yesterday, McHenry County Blog summarized Judge Michael Caldwell’s conclusions in the lawsuit filed by Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore against her fellow Grafton Township Board members, Trustees Gerry McMahon, Rob LaPorta, Barbara Murphy and Betty Zirk. Today, we’ll look at … Continue reading

Final Words from Linda Moore’s Attorney – Part 5

Bills Grafton Township Supervisor Linda Moore had refrained from paying at the advice of her attorney John Nelson is the topic of the next section. Who hasn’t been paid? Here are the ones listed in the brief: $19,880.31 – Forensicon … Continue reading

Contract Power in Grafton Township

“Who can obligate the township?“ is one of the key questions in the Grafton Township separation of powers lawsuit that Supervisor Linda Moore filed against the four Township Trustees and Ancel Glink partner Keri-Lyn Krafthefer. Supervisor Linda Moore has refused … Continue reading

Another “Linda Moore Must Go” Day in Woodstock

I’m losing count. Was today the fourth day of testimony in the Grafton Township separation of powers suit? Maybe it was that I arrived by the expected start time, but an argument over a Temporary Restraining Order wanted by the … Continue reading

Shortest Grafton Township Meeting on Record

At least since I’ve been attending. At least for ones when the trustees showed up. I got there late, walking through all the halls of the Huntley Park District Recreation Center before I thought to read the public notice near … Continue reading

Ancel Glink’s March Bill to Grafton Township – Part 8

It was the 30th day of the month of March where we left off looking at the Ancel Glink bill for defending the four Grafton Township Trustees in Linda Moore’s Separation of Powers suit against them and Township Attorney Keri-Lyn … Continue reading