Law enforcement called to Earlville meeting as DPW chief leaves position

EARLVILLE – A special meeting held Wednesday afternoon by the Village of Earlville opened almost immediately with outburst and interruption. Before the lights of village hall were turned off nearly two hours later, law enforcement had been called to keep the peace and the village DPW supervisor no longer had a job.



Mayor Toni Campbell opened her comments with a general warning to the audience. “There will not be public comment. Any outburst from the crowd and you will be asked to leave.” She then asked for a motion to go into executive session to discuss a personnel matter, at which point a resident failed to heed her warning.


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