Normal City Manager Pam Reece says the town might ask former tenants of an artists co-op to pay for preservation or a mural located on land slated for a five story multi use development. One of those former tenants argues federal law protects the mural. Reece also talks with Charlie Schlenker about 2018 and the new year...and a new Assistant City Manager hire. Plus, Eric Stock reports on police body camera implementation. And Laura Kennedy dives into a twin cities theater group presentation of Little Women.
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