Cordova will pay attorney's fees for trustee's defense


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Originally Posted Online: Dec. 28, 2012, 9:21 pm
Last Updated: Dec. 28, 2012, 9:53 pm
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By Lyle Ernst, correspondent@qconline.com

CORDOVA — The village board on Thursday, after a long discussion, decided the village will pay the $1,000 that trustee John Myers paid an attorney to defend him against an order of protection requested by Raymond Goossens, a former Cordova police officer.

The request for an order of protection was denied.

In other business, trustees approved waiving all $25 water/sewer late fees issued Dec. 5 because the office was closed due to an Exelon emergency alert drill.


















 



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