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Coleman makes case regarding city attorney

 

Ian Minielly/Daily Globe

ROB COLEMAN reads his prepared correspondence for addition to the public record. Coleman said Kathy Whitburn, mayor and John Frello, council member, cut him off at the last meeting and did not allow him to speak, which he thinks was due to his position regarding the city's attorney and his desire to have Mike Korpela replaced.

By IAN MINIELLY

iminielly@yourdailyglobe.com

BESSEMER - The Bessemer City Council came together in council's chamber Monday to discuss regular city business with a condensed agenda. The council approved the expenditure of $83, 192 dollars to pay the bills before Rob Coleman elected to read his correspondence publicly for addition to the record.

Coleman reminded the room he was interrupted in the last meeting when he tried to speak by Kathy Whitburn and John Frello, which Coleman assumed was due to his stance on the city's attorney Mike Korpela. Coleman said he thinks the city's relationship...



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