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Category Archives: Local Government
There seems to be some question as to the current status of H.B. 4637, Representative David McSweeney’s bill to eliminate townships in McHenry County that slithered through the House on the last day of veto session. . In a story … Continue reading
McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks is on record as supporting Representative David McSweeney’s Township consolidation bill (H.B. 4637), saying that “We want to be a laboratory for the state.” This may make for a good sound bite, but in … Continue reading
“The natural progress of things is for liberty to yield, and government to gain ground.” -Thomas Jefferson “I want to run McHenry County…being an executive able to really change fundamentally the structure of government.” -Jack Franks “The Download” WGN Radio … Continue reading
That’s the headline of an article written by Jack Franks published in today’s Northwest Herald, a headline with which I am in full agreement. . Franks goes on, however, to fully distort what I’m trying to accomplish with the trailer … Continue reading
In the past several months, the Chicago Tribune has extensively researched and written about the assessment practices of Cook County Assessor Joseph Berrios, finding a pattern of: . “[C]lout, patronage and incompetence…that assigns property values and thus helps shape tax … Continue reading