Last year, municipal leaders in Oak Brook hired a law firm to get to the bottom of three things: how the now-former police chief, Tom Sheahan, was hired in 2005 by the village government under a previous regime; how Sheahan quietly ended up with a 2007 pension sweetener that put Oak Brook taxpayers on the hook for an extra $750,000 in liabilities; and how the now-former
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Check out the following “musing” by Maywood Village Clerk Gary Woll, a veteran political figure in the near western suburb.
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