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East Peoria City Council approves police contract EAST PEORIA, IL – The East Peoria City Council approved a three-year contract with its police union Tuesday night that will expire in 18 months.
Police union president disputes Councilman Henry Nixon's letter YORK, NE – Michael Davis said Nixon made "unsubstantiated assertions."

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