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  • Belleville residents discuss whether they feel safe in the city

    Belleville IL Mayor Mark Eckert and City Clerk Dallas Cook are running for mayor in the April 4, 2017, election in Belleville, IL, near St. Louis, MO in Southern Illinois. Liz Hoffman and Alicia Bradley discuss whether they feel safe in their homes.

Belleville residents discuss whether they feel safe in the city

Belleville IL Mayor Mark Eckert and City Clerk Dallas Cook are running for mayor in the April 4, 2017, election in Belleville, IL, near St. Louis, MO in Southern Illinois. Liz Hoffman and Alicia Bradley discuss whether they feel safe in their homes.
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