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City Attorney Says O'Neill, Ryan Can't Have Names On June Mayoral Runoff Ballot

We Post City Attorney Shannon's Memo To Mayor, Council Verbatim

(April 16, 2002, posted 5:30 p.m.) -- City Attorney Robert Shannon has publicly issued a memo to the Mayor and City Council advising that Beverly O'Neill's name and Norm Ryan's name cannot appear on the June, 2002 Mayoral runoff ballot.

Mr. Shannon notes that the primary results have not been finalized and for purposes of analysis assumes the current count will hold (i.e. that Beverly O'Neill received the most votes as a write-in candidate, followed by Dan Baker and Norm Ryan, in that order).

In the public interest, posts City Attorney Shannon's memo verbatim. It can be viewed in pdf form by clicking on City Attorney April 16, 2002 memo.

Under the LB City Charter, the City Attorney is "the sole and exclusive legal advisor of the City, the City Council and all City commissions, committees, officers and employees with reference to all of their functions, powers and duties under this Charter, State and Federal law..."

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