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The Ray Lytle Show Monday November 25 2013
The Ray Lytle Show Monday November 25 2013

Alex talks to the Mayor who says he would have never let the Cemetery stuff go public if it were not originally received positively by the Aldermen in private session. This leads to several aldermen being on the show to explain why that is the case. The panhandlers are still out there.  Alderman Frank Edwards says he doesnt think a State Police investigation is actually happening while discussing the potential settlement regarding the Shred Gate incident. PLUS MORE

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