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October 24, 2014, 8:30 am
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Springfield Aldermen Approve Inspector General Study; No Action On NAPA Deal


Springfield aldermen have approved a nearly $80,000 contract for an outside firm to study the need for, and potential structure of, a new inspector general position at City Hall.

 

The vote was 8 to 2 in favor of the study, with Aldermen Joe McMenamin and Steve Dove as the only "no" votes.  Hilliard Heinze will conduct the study, which is expected to include a recommendation on whether the city should create a full-time position or hire an outside individual -- or company -- to do the work on a contractual basis.

Meanwhile, the City Council did not take action on the stalled contract with NAPA Auto Parts, leaving the fate of the deal to provide parts for the new consolidated city garage in limbo.

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