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So far, Packard has one potential challenger, resident Mary Anne Viney, who filed her statement of intention in December with the city clerk.
The proposal was omitted from a public agenda ahead of the meeting, which was unintentional, according to the city clerk’s office.
The measure was scheduled for a full council vote Monday night, but was sent back to the subcommittee at the request of Councilor Allan Ciccone Jr., according to the city clerk’s office.
The appointment vote — which split along party lines — was a difficult time for Waukegan, said former Mayor Wayne Motley, who was city clerk at the time.
The city clerk’s office said the legal bill reached nearly $450,000.
Absentee ballot applications, which can be found on the city clerk's election website, must be sent to the clerk by 5 p.m. March 27.
Another resolution approved Tuesday by the Milwaukee Common Council on a 14-1 vote directed the city clerk’s office to prepare and issue a request for proposals to conduct a comprehensive audit of the department.
Metrics also were set by the mayor and council for the city clerk and city auditor, who along with the city manager, report directly to the council.
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