DeKalb's ex-city clerk explains resignation, candidacy
DeKALB – Former DeKalb City Clerk Steve Kapitan said he lied to the City Council and quit his elected office last year under the threat of legal action while he was coping with a new diagnosis of attention deficit disorder.
Kapitan, who is among four write-in candidates registered to run for city clerk in April, on Monday recounted the events that led to his resignation in February 2012.
Since his resignation, Kapitan has received treatment, and aldermen reduced the pay and the intended responsibilities of the elected position, so Kapitan said he is confident he can do the job.
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