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Stephens, city fighting Statehouse closure

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By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

An area legislator told Vandalia officials on Monday night that he’s among the contingent of lawmakers pushing to keep the state’s historic sites and parks open.

The mayor told that legislator that he has formed a team that will lobby legislators for that action.

State Rep. Ron Stephens attended Monday’s city council meeting to present a $200,000 check for improvements.

After handing over the check, Stephens offered to take any comments or questions from city officials.


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