Algonquin Township (ECWd) –
Rarely do we get an opportunity as has been presented to us by Algonquin Township Trustee Melissa Victor.
Meeting after meeting, for the most part of last year, she had talked about her “feelings” instead of what the laws of the state say.
- “I feel we shouldn’t pay this”
- “It feels like dirty money”
- “I feel there is no legitimate purpose”
- “I feel like this is a waste of time”
- “I feel the lawyer is taking advantage of us”
- “I don’t feel that these are necessary”
- “I will never vote to pay another Hanlon bill”
- any many more…
The point we are trying to make in this article is that personal feelings should not play a part in township governance, instead, they should look towards the statutes for guidance.
In light of this, we decided to put it to music, enjoy:
“This is not our song, we do not own the right for this song, and it is being used under the Fair Use Act. Sung by Morris Albert”
A. LincolnPosted at 10:56h, 26 February
Please display a current union card of the American Federation of Musicians, or an affiliate Illinois musician’s union. Otherwise, you may be in violation of United States and/or Illinois labor laws. Sorry to be so picky. It’s just the way I feel.
DennisPosted at 05:39h, 27 February
I just had to listen, good content but I give you a 5 out of 10 on production quality. It wont make the Bill board top 40
Kirk AllenPosted at 09:25h, 27 February
Unfortunately you can only do so much with bad audio from the public body.
RICKPosted at 14:17h, 06 March
LOVE IT LOVE IT