Suburban mayors accuse agency of mismanagement, nepotism

  • Renovations at the Illinois Municipal League headquarters in Springfield are one area criticized by several suburban mayors, who also are calling for dismissing some top-level administrators.

      Renovations at the Illinois Municipal League headquarters in Springfield are one area criticized by several suburban mayors, who also are calling for dismissing some top-level administrators. Mike Riopell | Staff Photographer

  • Renovations at the Illinois Municipal League headquarters in Springfield are one area criticized by several suburban mayors, who also are calling for dismissing some top-level administrators.

      Renovations at the Illinois Municipal League headquarters in Springfield are one area criticized by several suburban mayors, who also are calling for dismissing some top-level administrators. Mike Riopell | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 12/5/2012 6:30 AM

The Illinois Municipal League was formed as a way for towns across the state to stand as one on legislative and other issues that affect them. Now, however, the group itself is divided, with several suburban mayors claiming mismanagement of the taxpayer-supported organization and calling for the jobs of agency leaders.

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