After veto spat with Mayor, Berwyn Heights Council sets new rules


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Stephen Isler.

Berwyn Heights Town Council has the votes to approve new rules clarifying the town's "weak mayor-strong council" system of government. The changes most-prominently include a new amendment to Berwyn Heights' Town Charter that gives the Mayor Pro Tem the power to enact Council-approved legislation if the Mayor refuses their "ministerial...
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