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Algonquin Township unanimously violates law –

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On November 16, 2018

Algonquin Township, IL. (ECWd) –

Apparently, this township finds it difficult to follow the most basic point of the open meetings law, that an item must be listed on the published agenda for action before it can be voted on. Listing it as a discussion item does not inform the public they are going to vote to take action on it – but that is precisely what happened.

During the November 14, 2018, Algonquin Township Board of Trustees meeting, the board, among other things, violated the Open Meetings Act by voting on an item not listed on the Agenda as an actionable item.

There was short discussion under the item “Discussion to participate collaborative community solar for public facilities” – which was on the agenda for discussion, not for action.

The Board voted unanimously to participate.

Algonquin Township 2018-11-14-Meeting-Agenda

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  • Cindy
    Posted at 15:21h, 16 November

    The people are represented by fools. This is what happens when you have foolish power hungry women that should not be leading anyone and pansified men that are too stupid to tie their own shoes before standing up. Where are the stouthearted men that should protect our citizens against the crazed world order that these fools keep sheepishly following? Oh that’s right, we have one. But he is lambasted daily by bigger fools that have no fear of God but only a stiff-necked belief in their own shallow powers. I bind the demons that are harbored in this infiltrated township governance. I would suggest that people that are awake to what is really going on be prepared to follow suit and come to agreement on binding all the demons spread over this state. The labyrinth is deep.

  • NiteCat
    Posted at 15:41h, 16 November

    Unbelievable!!…they just won’t comply with anything. With all that is going on there, they have to be hiding some serious malfeasance. No one goes to this length if innocent.

  • Watching Townships
    Posted at 16:58h, 16 November

    I was thinking this township had a ballot referendum to dissolve their township in November? If they need to make sure they get it on the next ballot because they could save themselves a ton of money at the rate this township spends it and it would remove the blatant and willful corruption