Patch has obtained a copy of that subpoena looking the processes to select Adler Roofing Co., of Joliet, employing the brother of village trustee Bob Streit (Dist. 3), even though the company was not the lowest bidder.
The subpoena from the U.S. Attorney’s Office requested:
“Any and all documents, internal and external correspondence, communications, emails, etc., regarding the bid process and selection for the contract to repair the Oak Lawn Public Works facility roof, including, but not limited to the request for proposals, bid specifications, bid packets, vendor bids received, and minutes of meetings.”
The subpoena also asks that any personal electronic communications related to the contract bidding process from village officials and relevant department heads also be produced from their personal email accounts.
Copied are members of the Oak Lawn Village Board, which in December 2012, included Mayor Dave Heilmann, Clerk Jane Quinlan, and the village trustees, Cynthia Trautsch (Dist. 1), Alex Olejniczak (Dist. 2), Streit, Tom Duhig (Dist. 4), Carol Quinlan (Dist. 5) and Tom Phelan (Dist. 6).
No one has yet been accused of wrongdoing or indicted as a result either federal criminal probe.