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Location: Aurora, Batavia,Campton,Dundee, Elgin, Geneva, St Charles, Western township
Latest Activity: Nov 14, 2012
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Please check events calendar for upcoming events ....check videos for educational and informational videos ..check blog post and news and issues and forums for topics as well as emails for updates hope to see you both for the Joe Walsh -Tammy Duckworth debate veiwing party on Friday May 11
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I often wonder about the same thing. If you look at the whole picture in IL, things seem to be falling in place for the big vote in November. Currently, there are a number of serious situations that the various "Tea Party Groups" are addressing.
Wisconsin's recall vote will probably be the second most important or first depending on various views. These small little "contests" are happening across the United States positioning candidates with our views to win their primary elections. Case in point, there is one very "angry" senior senator from Utah right now who has served 36 years and originally campaigned against his opponent for being in the senate for 18 years. That senator has now been forced into a primary vote. Senator Hatch no claims to hate all Tea Party types. Things will start to become more active as it gets closer to the election, know your congressional district's representative and please work for him!
Hello, Is this group still alive? The last entry appears to ge from Ms. Parisi over a year ago. There is the most important election of our lives coming up in 6 months. What is this group doing to prepare for it? For 2008 the Tea Party was alive and vibrant. Now I hear nothing. Lyle R. Rolfe in Aurora, that big city at the far south end of Kane County.
The Illinois Review readers have selected the Kane County 9-12 Patriots as one of the top activist organizations in Illinois for the year 2010. The list proclaims "The Most Effective Illinois Conservative Leaders". In addition to some of our members running for local offices, we knocked on doors, passed out literature, had petitions signed, delivered campaign signs, made thousands of phone calls, sponsored candidate forums and organized events.
To quote Illinois Review, "It was the spirit and commitment of these freedom-loving patriots that helped Illinois edge away from a deep dark blue abyss in 2010, and -- against all odds -- provide an impressive resistance in Illinois' ongoing political tug of war for the state's endangered future. The political muscle and experience these folks gained in the 2010 must be encouraged and strengthened in preparation for the 2012 ideological rematch."
To read the article go to: http://illinoisreview.typepad.com/illinoisreview/2011/01/illinois-c...
Keep the folks "awakened" wow great posts!!!!
Top 10 Kane County municipal annual pension amounts1. Larry W. Maholland, former St. Charles city administrator: $118,7242. Phillip S. Bus, former Kane County development director: $109,9863. Stephen D. Persinger, former Geneva Park District director: $107,1134. Jerold T. Deering, former Elgin development director: $104,2355. James R. Nowicki, former Elgin chief financial officer: $102,5686. Roger W. Cantlin, former Aurora finance director: $101,4147. William D. Miller, former Elgin police chief: $93,7728. Raymond H. Moller, former Elgin economic development director: $93,5999. Robert Malm, former Elgin assistant city manager: $92,99210. Robert A. Hupp, former St. Charles community development director: $92,663Top 20 Kane County educators' annual pensions1. Norman R. Wetzel, former District 300 superintendent: $212,6512. Marvin E. Edwards, former District U-46 superintendent: $205,4603. Michael Radakovich, former District 131 superintendent: $173,2224. Edward E. Cave, former District 101 superintendent: $162,9155. Sherry R. Eagle, former District 129 superintendent: $161,9296. Joseph Scime, former District 300 superintendent: $157,2337. John G. Vanko, former District 303 superintendent: $139,6258. Charles W. Ponquinette, former District 131 superintendent: $138,4799. Francis J. Kostel, former District 303 superintendent: $135,81010. Paul M. Patterson, former District U-46 assistant superintendent: $135,13111. John F. Murphy, former District 304 superintendent: $134,23012. John J. Struck, former District 131 associate superintendent: $133,48713. Bradley J. Hawk, former District 301 superintendent: $133,02414. Robert Hansen, former District 300 associate superintendent: $131,13615. Robert Gilliam, former District U-46 assistant superintendent: $129,48316. Richard P. Majka, former District U-46 assistant superintendent: $129,39017. Joseph C. Yagel, former District 101 associate superintendent: $128,74018. Gary Jewel, former District 129 superintendent: $127,66619. Charles H. McCormick, former District 302 superintendent: $126,27920. Jean A. Bowen, former District U-46 principal: $122,165Top 5 DuPage County municipal and teacher annual pensionsMunicipal1. Robert Dunsmuir, former Wheaton Park District director: $140,8892. Allan L. Poole, former Naperville public utilities director: $140,6723. Ronald R. Reinecke, former DuPage County Convalescent Center director: $140,1214. Keith W. Frankland, former Woodridge Park District director: $135,3395. Raymond W. Morrill, former Wheaton Park District recreation superintendent: $133,593Teachers1. Gary Catalani, former District 200 superintendent: $237,1952. Mary M. Curley, former District 181 superintendent: $226,6453. Lawrence M. Baskin, former District 89 superintendent: $211,0134. Donald E. Weber, former District 203 superintendent: $196,7685. James W. White, former District 16 superintendent: $192,875Read more: http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20101216/news/712179790/#ixzz18O...
Jim MacRunnels of Elburn alleges in the suit that McConnaughay doesn’t have the authority under county law to give out raises. Salaries have to be voted on by the Executive Committee and the county board, he contends.
MacRunnels ran for the Republican nomination for county board chairman in February 2008, but was beaten by McConnaughay, who received 67 percent of the vote.
The suit does not say when the raises were handed out nor how much they are.
McConnaughay, according to the suit, “has engaged in a practice of giving raises to officers and employees and setting new pay levels without getting either the Executive Committee’s approval or approval by the County Board.”
Fifteen employees were mentioned in the suit, and McConnaughay is the sole defendant.
Read more: http://www.dailyherald.com/article/20101214/news/712159802/#ixzz18F...
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