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Glenview Village Board candidate Benjamin Polony (left) speaks while his father, Richard, watches on Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Village Hall. Four Glenview residents are challenging Polony’s petitions to appear on the ballot in April. Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media
Glenview Village Board candidate Benjamin Polony (right) stands next to his father, Richard, during a hearing Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Glenview Village Hall. Also pictured are (back row, left to right) Village Manager Matthew Formica, Village Board President Jim Patterson and Village Attorney Eric Patt.
Attorney Mary Ryan Norwell, who is representing four Glenview residents challenging Benjamin Polony’s nominating petitions, speaks during the hearing.
Richard Polony (left), father of independent Village Board candidate Benjamin Polony, hands documents to Glenview Village Attorney Eric Patt (center) during the hearing.
Glenview Village Board Trustee Matthew Formica (left), Village Board President Jim Patterson (center) and Village Attorney Eric Patt speak during a hearing Wednesday, Jan. 2, at Village Hall.
Jason Addy, Editor
5:13 pm CST January 2, 2019
Just over two weeks after formally announcing his candidacy for the Glenview Village Board, 19-year-old independent candidate Benjamin Polony is now embroiled in a fight to get his name onto the ballot in April.