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The Northwest Herald's "All About" series begins with Algonquin and Lake in the Hills. We look at their histories, their people, and their unique qualities that make them great places to live in, shop in, and visit.

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About the Villages

Algonquin
Village President
John Schmitt
847-658-2700

Village Clerk
Jerry Kautz
847-658-2700

Village Trustee
Brian Dianis
847-340-2046

Village Trustee
Jerry Glogowski
847-458-1639

Village Trustee
Robert Smith
847-658-2466

Village Trustee
Debby Sosine
847-658-3480

Village Trustee
John Spella
847-458-8289

Village Trustee
Jim Steigert
847-658-0536

Village Manager
William Ganek
847-658-2700
Lake in the Hills
Village President
Ed Plaza
847-960-7401

Village Clerk
Denise Wasserman
847-960-7408

Village Trustee
Stephen Harlfinger
847-960-7403

Village Trustee
Ray Bogdanowski
847-960-7406

Village Trustee
Paul Mulcahy
847-960-7402

Village Trustee
Bob Huckins
847-960-7404

Village Trustee
Denise Barreto
847-960-7405

Village Trustee
Russ Ruzanski
847-960-7407

Village Admin.
Gerald D. Sagona
847-960-7410

Latest Village News

December 8, 2016
By HANNAH PROKOP- hprokop@shawmedia.com
Lake in the Hills teen builds outdoor classroom at Martin Elementary
By HANNAH PROKOP- hprokop@shawmedia.com
Trustees split over approving consultant
December 6, 2016
Information in police reports is obtained from the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office and municipal police departments. Individuals listed in police reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proven guilty in court.
By KEVIN P. CRAVER - kcraver@shawmedia.com
WOODSTOCK – On his first official day on the job, McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks set the stage for enacting taxpayer-friendly reforms he maintains are vital to the county’s future.

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