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April 23, 2014, 9:01 am
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Ald. Edwards: Vote of No Confidence Could Come Soon Over Shredding Controversy


Springfield aldermen could soon get more involved in the response to the widening controversy over the shredding of police department internal affairs files.

 

Alderman Frank Edwards says he and several others on the City Council believe they were misled by administration officials about what they knew of the shredding, and when they knew it.

 

He says they will push for the release of executive session minutes and transcripts from the closed-door meetings where Corporation Counsel Mark Cullen briefed aldermen.

 

And Edwards says it’s possible the City Council could take no-confidence votes against some of the key players.

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