Tag: Sam Yingling

Avon Twp Site Online After Rep Yingling Lets Domain Expire

Round Lake Area News
Avon Township website down over a week after Sam Yingling failed to renew domain The residents of Avon Township will once again be able to contact Avon Township through their website as well as find out what Avon Township has to offer as their website slowly returns to normal with a whole new look after Representative Sam Yingling failed to renew the domain or forward the notices according to the current Supervisor, Lisa Rusch. Right now there is only some basic information on it including an announcement about the upcoming Committee of the Whole meeting which will be on October 27th.  Email addresses for the Township officials and departments have not been added yet so you may need to call them instead. Often times when a site starts using a brand new format, what you see now may not

Avon Township Monthly Board Meeting 10-13-14

Avon Township Office
Website down, Assessor's doors locked, continuing budget discussion and more..... Prior to the October Avon Township Monthly Board meeting, members held a Finance Committee meeting. During the finance meeting there was discussion on the 2013-2014 financial report and audit as well as the tax levy, passed by the previous administration, which has left the Township struggling with a drastically reduced amount of funds. Discussion also centered around the number of taxable properties in Avon Township compared to other townships, the number of tax appeals being handled by each over the past four years, and the assessor budgets. Avon Township currently has 23,902 taxable parcels. The number of tax appeals for 2014 is 1,395 (5.84% of total parcels), down from 1,788 in 2013, 2,775 in 2012

Yingling Shutters Avon Township Website

Avon Township Office
Intentional or a simple oversight..........you decide! Representative Sam Yingling, the former Avon Township Supervisor, was the only person getting the renewal notices from GoDaddy since his personal Yahoo email address was the one on their records. GoDaddy starts sending out notices far in advance of your renewal and continues to send them even AFTER the domain has expired, thus giving you a bit more time to redeem them before they go up for sale. Most are well aware of the ongoing tiff that exists between Yingling and his hand-picked replacement, current Supervisor Lisa Rusch. It's also well known that Yingling is supportive of Assessor Chris Ditton who has literally shut down the Assessors office due to his claim that he no longer has funds to pay for his staff. Other "required" ...

Drobinski vs Yingling For IL 62nd District Representative

Political Issues
Illinois Representative Sam Yingling squared off against challenger Rod Drobinski at the LWV Forum As part of the Candidate Forum hosted by the League of Women Voters held October 8th at the Round Lake Beach Cultural & Civic Center, Illinois House Representative Sam Yingling and challenger Rod Drobinski answered questions from members of the audience and explained why they were the best candidate to represent District 62 voters after the November election. LWV Moderator, Hilda Karu, explained the rules of the forum, mentioning that it was not a "debate" but merely a candidate forum for each to explain their positions on issues that concern the voters and what platform they are running on. Also participating in the forum were candidates for Lake County Board District #6, Lake Co

Another Yingling Associate Files Petition Objection

Avon Township Office, Round Lake Area News
[The following is a Letter to the Editor] The following is written with fact and conjecture. The portion that talks about property taxes is factual taken from the Lake County Property Tax website. The conjecture is my assessment of trend I have noticed. One could say Sam Yingling doesn't like it when you decide to run for office where he has implicit interest or an office that he himself holds. In early 2013, Yingling frantically called on known allies to solicit their support to file an objection to three people running for Avon Township Office. Yingling settled on a young activist with learning and social challenges. Township races for the most part are not partisan races as was the case in 2013. However Yingling a Democrat, orchestrated the complaint against three Democra...

Avon Township Democrats Candidate Forum Video ~ 1-18-14

Political Issues
Democratic candidates for Federal, Statewide, County, and local offices were invited by the Avon Township Democrats to participate in a public forum aimed at giving the residents of Avon Township a better idea of what each candidate stands for. The "Meet & Greet" forum was held at the American Legion Post 1170 in Round Lake Park on January 18, 2014. The moderator was Hal Sloan who is the Avon Township Democrats Chair. Candidates who attended were: Sheila Simon -- for Comptroller of Illinois Sam Yingling - for State Representative District 62 Janet Kilkelly -- for Lake County Clerk John Krempotic -- for Lake County Sheriff John Wylie -- for Lake County Board Member District 6 Also in attendance was IL. Senator Melinda Bush and Terry Wilke from the Lake County Board.