All posts tagged "Karen McConnaughay"
Down the drain?
Sugar Grove ends Mallard Point drainage negotiations SUGAR GROVE—The solution to the drainage problems in the Mallard Point and Rolling Oaks subdivisions in Sugar Grove just became more complex.
- Posted January 26, 2012
Kane County takes on lead poisoning with $1 million grant
GENEVA—Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay and U.S. Rep. Randy Hultgren announced last week that Kane County has been awarded a $1.04 million grant to address lead-based paint hazards in area homes and to develop a county-wide...
- Posted October 23, 2011
Candidates switch seats in election bids
Redistricting creates 6 degrees of separation between area officials KANE COUNTY—After serving nearly 20 years in the Illinois State Senate, Chris Lauzen announced he’s running for Kane County Board Chairman.
- Posted September 17, 2011
Lawsuit against Chairman dismissed
KANE COUNTY—A Kane County judge dismissed a lawsuit against Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay brought by Elburn resident James MacRunnels. The lawsuit claimed that McConnaughay violated county ordinances when she gave out 14 raises to employees.
- Posted May 6, 2011
KC Chairman says future looks bright, despite sour economy
Kane County—Kane County is in a position to take advantage of future growth opportunities as a result of the fiscal prudence taken by the County Board during the last 10 years, according to the board chairman.
- Posted May 6, 2011
Elburn businessman sues County Board chairman
KANE COUNTY—An Elburn resident filed an injunction against Kane County Board Chairman Karen McConnaughay regarding pay raises given out to county officials. James MacRunnels, an Elburn businessman and Kane County Board chairman candidate in 2008, filed the injunction...
- Posted December 24, 2010
County and circuit clerk budget battle heats up
Board responds to Seyllerâ€™s lawsuit with counterclaim Kane Countyâ€”The budget dispute between Kane County Circuit Clerk Deb Seyller and the Kane County Board continues to escalate, with lawsuits now going both ways.
- Posted October 8, 2010
Foster announces more than $16 million for Kane transportation projects
STATEâ€”Rep. Bill Foster (IL-14) announced additional area transportation projects that will receive funding under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, which Foster supported.
- Posted July 5, 2009