The last thing Flossmoor’s Gyata Kimmons said he wants to be is the face of a push against ethics reform.
Kimmons has found himself thrust into the spotlight — Example A of how an ordinance passed by the City of Chicago could impact elected officials in other communities.
It has left Kimmons with the possibility of a tough choice between his business and public service that he was not quite ready to make as of press time, but facing an hourglass without much sand left up top.
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