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Alderman seeks re-vote on police chief's residency

7:31 AM, Feb. 8, 2013
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A Green Bay alderman wants to change his vote on whether the city's next police chief should be allowed to live out of town.

Alderman David Boyce, who voted Tuesday to grant an exemption to the city's residency policy, said he intended to vote the other way.

The change is not likely to alter the outcome of Tuesday's decision that Acting Police Chief Tom Molitor can continue living in Abrams if he becomes Green ...

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