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January 17, 2010


RILEY TOWNSHIP, Michigan: Riley Township now has the possibility of five elected officials facing a recall. Paperwork was recently filed with the St. Clair County Clerk's office to circulate petitions to recall Supervisor Dave Rushing and Trustee Linda Hazelton[1].

The petitions came from John Rhodes, a Riley Township resident who is not happy with the state of affairs in his local government. The recall comes after both Hazelton and Rushing were found to engage in improper conduct over contracts granted to the township's fire department[1].

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