New Lenox school board member Maureen Broderick refused to resign, so Kathy Miller is moving the battle between the two to court.
New Lenox School District 122 Board Of Education Election 2013
Sunday, February 24, 2013
Wednesday, February 20, 2013
New Lenox school board member Maureen Broderick refused to resign, so Miller initiated the process for a civil suit in the ongoing election-related battle.
Board members from New Lenox School District 122 Board of Education continued to do battle Wednesday night, and this time Maureen Broderick was up to bat. Broderick announced at the regular meeting that Kathy Miller had on Feb. 1 issued her an ultimatum—resign or face a lawsuit. The controversy stems from a Jan. 11 hearing, objecting to Miller's nomination petition. The notary error on the petition was determined on Jan. 28 to be insufficient to eliminate incumbent Kathy Miller from the New Lenox school board ballot, Will County Judge John Anderson ruled. Broderick was accused of orchestrating the objection to the petition in such a way that she could sit on the district's Election Board and vote in favor of invalidating Miller's petition…
Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Kathy Miller refuses to amend her state court complaint, but civil matters are another story.
The latest action in the New Lenox School District 122 April Election comes today with a legal request for records from Board Member Kathy Miller's attorney. The early January objection to Miller's petition sparked a firestorm that led to an outcry when she was temporarily kicked off the ballot and later put back by Will County Judge John Anderson. But today, Miller's attorney filed a Freedom of Information Act request for all documents and other recorded information, including personal cell phones and emails, related to the filing of objections to Miller's petition. Specifically, the request names Board Members Maureen Broderick and Sue Smith. The request also lists New Lenox's Nikki Sanders for her role in presenting the objection as her…