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From left, David Eustis, president of Heartlands Conservancy; John Marquart, Shiloh village administrator; Bill Boker, village treasurer; Brenda Kern, village clerk; Kathy Wangler, village engineering staff member; Colleen Powers, village trustee; and Norm Etling, village engineer. PROGRESS Robyn L. Kirsch
From left, David Eustis, president of Heartlands Conservancy; John Marquart, Shiloh village administrator; Bill Boker, village treasurer; Brenda Kern, village clerk; Kathy Wangler, village engineering staff member; Colleen Powers, village trustee; and Norm Etling, village engineer. PROGRESS Robyn L. Kirsch

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