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Cahokia Mayor Curtis McCall Jr. was just found in violation of the Illinois Open Meetings Act for having village police forcibly remove a woman who wanted to make a comment at the Aug. 25 meeting. Then in November he had Trustee Jerry Nichols removed for questioning McCall's hiring. In this video from that meeting Nichols insists McCall explain how several village employees' salaries were being funded before police remove Nichols. Kim Diers
Cahokia Mayor Curtis McCall Jr. was just found in violation of the Illinois Open Meetings Act for having village police forcibly remove a woman who wanted to make a comment at the Aug. 25 meeting. Then in November he had Trustee Jerry Nichols removed for questioning McCall's hiring. In this video from that meeting Nichols insists McCall explain how several village employees' salaries were being funded before police remove Nichols. Kim Diers

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