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Aurora Residents Say City Officials Are Not Responding To Their Emails, Texts & Calls

Residents and business owners have repeated the same complaint about lack of response from Aurora’s elected officials after reaching out multiple times by email and phone. Residents are allowed to voice their concerns at city council meetings twice a month, but one person was removed by a police officer for exceeding the public comment time limit.


You can see the section of the Illinois Open Meetings Act that addresses the right to speak at government meetings in our Talking Cities story below:


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