St. Clair Township Supervisor David Barnes should have done more to accommodate residents who wanted to attend a board meeting in 2015 to discuss sewer bills, an Illinois Attorney General opinion states. He hired security, but wouldn’t move the meeting to a larger space and people were crowded out.
St. Clair Township Supervisor David Barnes should have done more to accommodate residents who wanted to attend a board meeting in 2015 to discuss sewer bills, an Illinois Attorney General opinion states. He hired security, but wouldn’t move the meeting to a larger space and people were crowded out. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com
St. Clair Township Supervisor David Barnes should have done more to accommodate residents who wanted to attend a board meeting in 2015 to discuss sewer bills, an Illinois Attorney General opinion states. He hired security, but wouldn’t move the meeting to a larger space and people were crowded out. Zia Nizami znizami@bnd.com

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