Under former Algonquin Township Highway Commissioner Bob Miller, several personal vehicles were registered on the township’s I-Pass account, and he appears have accessed the account after leaving office to remove those vehicles, according to allegations raised in a report from the Edgar County Watchdogs.
It is people in Algonquin Township's government, particularly its former highway commissioner now embroiled in a legal battle with his successor, who are to blame for the township's failing government.
Algonquin Township Trustee Melissa Sanchez-Fischer faced a challenge after filing her petition to run for township clerk because she and eight other candidates downloaded and filled out the wrong form in December.
Longtime Cary resident and Republican challenger Karen Lukasik recently recapped her background in preparation for her bid of election as Algonquin Township Clerk, emphasizing both her experience and her ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently.
Last spring, the Algonquin Township Republican Central Committee unanimously approved a resolution that formally condemned nepotism by public officials, or “favoritism shown on the basis of family relationship.”
Having learned the value of an honest day’s work in childhood, Rachael Lawrence took her work ethic to the next level with the recent disclosure of her candidacy for a spot as Algonquin Township trustee.