Under the Radar: Many townships, little scrutiny
Official: 'Word was that no one was paying attention'
Townships are used to being in the background.
Few people attend their board meetings. Reporters almost never go. And some politicians talk about doing away with townships altogether.
Every year, every township must turn in its budget to the county clerk.
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