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Algonquin Township’s Ousted Road Commissioner bought Disneyland Tickets –

By Kirk Allen & John Kraft

On November 8, 2017

Algonquin (ECWd) –

Bob Miller, as he must have looked after going to Disneyland on your dime

The credit card for the past Algonquin Township Road Commissioner reveals some interesting purchases. Robert Miller, who was ousted after his half a century family dynasty, apparently had no problem using the Township credit card to purchase none other than Disneyland tickets!

Stay tuned, this is going to be fun!

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5 Comments
  • Elizabeth Gruber
    Posted at 14:21h, 08 November

    This is what happens when there is no oversight of tax money expenditures. Another case for the state police? Add to the Bloomington/Renner investigation.

  • Like Ur Chops
    Posted at 16:29h, 08 November

    No wonder he has that ‘Goofy’ smile on his face!

    If that was back in 2012, no telling what is on that account before and after this purchase. For another poor slob who decided he couldn’t stop himself from such behavior, it’s already been done, proven and convicted and it was for much less than this.

  • Rick Parry
    Posted at 18:44h, 08 November

    Ooops!

    I can’t. Disneyland, I can’t. Sorry. Oops.

  • Jack Frost
    Posted at 12:33h, 10 November

    Here is a suggested follow up… FOIA Nunda Township records for copies of any contract in which Mr. Miller is a party. Additionally request copies of any record of the township highway comissioner using government funds to TRAIN THE CONTRACTOR HOW TO DO HIS JOB.

  • MdStine
    Posted at 22:48h, 14 November

    Any chance he was just thinking outside the box for revenue since every level of government in Illinois has become obese with spending? Perhaps he traveled to Disney to bid on resurfacing Mainstreet USA ….. by chance did his travel party include 5-6 orange cones and a pair of marginally coherent traffic flaggers?

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