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A group of more than one hundred citizens in Harvey, Illinois, continued to build and put forth a bold public effort to demand an end to widespread corruption under the leadership of Mayor Eric Kellogg during a long delayed city council meeting.  Groups like Harvey Citizens Take Action Together and the Har-V Coalition, formed as widespread illegalities, intimidation, and structural decay have become more acute in recent years, led efforts to pressure Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan to press charges against Mayor Kellogg.

The group, which consisted of Harvey Citizens Take Action Together, Har-V Coalition, other groups and individuals gathered outside the Office of the City Clerk yesterday to demand action on Harvey Corruption at the City Council Meeting and demand an end to widespread corruption and decay in Harvey.

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