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Collinsville leaders make arguments for and against city manager employment agreement

During the Monday night City Council meeting, the city manager and economic development director positions were consolidated and filled by Mitch Bair, who was the interim city manager, by a 3-2 vote. Mayor John Miller, Councilman Jeff Stehman and Councilwoman Cheryl Brombolich voted for approval of the agreement. Council members Nancy Moss and Jeff Kypta voted against approval.
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