Attorney: Did city 'overreach'?
Lawyer has spoken with ousted candidate
ROCK FALLS – An attorney says he is willing to determine whether the city of Rock Falls “overreached” when it removed a local businessman from the mayoral ballot.
Last week, a Whiteside County judge threw out Allen Boseneiler’s appeal of a city Electoral Board decision to remove him from the ballot.
In January, Mark Searing, the city’s building inspector, challenged Boseneiler’s candidacy, contending, among other things, that the candidate hadn’t paid $150 in city fines before he filed. Boseneiler paid those fines a few hours after filing.
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