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No show Dellwood aldermen hold up vote on future of police department

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This photo shows Alderman Richard Culberson. Culberson is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer This photo shows Alderman Richard Culberson. Culberson is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer
This photo shows Alderwoman Karen Bober. Bober is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer This photo shows Alderwoman Karen Bober. Bober is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer
This photo shows Alderman James Lovings. Lovings is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer This photo shows Alderman James Lovings. Lovings is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer
This photo shows Alderman Donald Haynes. Haynes is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer This photo shows Alderman Donald Haynes. Haynes is one of four aldermen who have refused to show up to meetings to vote on disbanding the Dellwood police force. By KMOV Web Producer

DELLWOOD, Mo. (KMOV) – A meeting scheduled for Tuesday night at city hall in Dellwood to vote on the future of the police department and to approve the 2012 budget was again postponed because not enough aldermen showed up to vote.

It is unclear when this issue will be resolved.

The budget is supposed to take effect at the start of next year.

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