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    On Tuesday St. Elizabeth's Hospital CEO Peg Sebastian and Belleville Mayor Mark Eckert announced an end to the feud that lingered after the hospital won its bid to move to O'Fallon. Both sides are now talking about the future of health care at the current Belleville hospital campus. A task force that includes hospital, community and city leaders is being formed to figure out the best use of the campus at Third and Lincoln streets in Belleville.

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