Cicero town president faces foreclosure

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Cicero town president Larry Dominick faces foreclosure on two homes.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports Dominick, who earns about $235,000 a year from his salary and police pension has not made any payments on his Cicero home since 2012. Court records also show Dominick and his wife have not made payments on their lakefront home in Poplar Grove.

A town spokesperson tells the Sun-Times the foreclosures are a personal matter. The couple is getting a divorce, and it is not unusual for a divorce to result in property-related disputes.

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  • Dawn ulepich

    And the big fight is over teachers pensions? All of these f’ing crooks earn a pension, and then with the help of the OTHER crooks are GIVEN another state job. 1 and done should be the rule or better yet, eliminate pensions entirely. Join the real world with the rest of us. Get a 401k.

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