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  • Trustee questions whether board should move forward on luxury apartment development

    Despite questions from Shiloh Trustee Bob Weilmuenster, village attorney Terry Bruckert advises board to move forward on The Savannah project stating it's "a policy question, not a legal one."

Trustee questions whether board should move forward on luxury apartment development

Despite questions from Shiloh Trustee Bob Weilmuenster, village attorney Terry Bruckert advises board to move forward on The Savannah project stating it's "a policy question, not a legal one."
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