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Des Plaines mayor named 'Municipal Leader of the Year'

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  • Des Plaines Mayor Marty Moylan will be receiving the 2012 "Municipal Leader of the Year" award from the Illinois State Crime Commission Police Athletic League of Illinois. Pictured here, Moylan gets congratulations from Wanda Brunke, left, and Sarah Elsner, both special events coordinators for the Illinois State Crime Commission.

      Des Plaines Mayor Marty Moylan will be receiving the 2012 "Municipal Leader of the Year" award from the Illinois State Crime Commission Police Athletic League of Illinois. Pictured here, Moylan gets congratulations from Wanda Brunke, left, and Sarah Elsner, both special events coordinators for the Illinois State Crime Commission.
    Courtesy of City of Des Plaines

 
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Des Plaines Mayor Marty Moylan will be recognized as the 2012 "Municipal Leader of the Year" by the Illinois State Crime Commission Police Athletic League of Illinois at its 16th annual awards night on June 20.

The ceremony, dubbed "A Salute to Those Who Make A Difference," will be held at 6:30 p.m. at Drury Lane in Oakbrook Terrace.

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The Illinois State Crime Commission is an organization committed to combating public corruption and strengthening Illinois' criminal justice system. For more information about the Police Athletic League of Illinois visit illinoiscrimecommission.com.

For information about awards night, email palillinoiskids@aol.com.

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