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Tony Mayville

Director, Office

The ELRC

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Employment History

Chairman

Washington County Democratic Central Committee


Vice President

Illinois Democratic County Chairmen's Association


Director of Mine Safety and Training

DNR


Office Director, Office of Land Management and Education

Illinois


Affiliations

Policy

Deputy Assistant Secretary


Education

Cahokia High School


Southwestern Illinois College


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ELRC: Directory

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Tony Mayville, Director, Office of Land Management, Division of


www.coalmandi.com

Mr Chris Young, Illinois Department of Natural Resources spokesman said that Mr Tony Mayville was dismissed this week from his position as supervisor of mine safety enforcement with the DNR's Office and Mines and Minerals.


openillinois.org

In a ruling issued last week, the Illinois Executive Ethics Commission said Tony Mayville can go to work for Knight Hawk Coal LLC without violating the state's revolving door ban.
Currently, officials are barred from working for companies they formerly regulated for a period of one year. The decision overturned a previous ruling by the state's executive inspector general that Mayville couldn't go to work for Knight Hawk because he helped oversee the company when he was an administrator in the Illinois Department of Natural Resources Office of Mines and Minerals. The ethics commission said Mayville had an indirect role in regulating Knight Hawk and should not have to wait the normal cooling off period to begin working for them.


www.lincolncourier.com

Consequently, DNR officials also looked into campaign donations accepted by Tony Mayville, another top administrator in the Office of Mines and Minerals who earned more than $92,000 a year.
Their investigation revealed that Mayville, a southern Illinoisan who unsuccessfully ran for state representative in March and who was head of the Washington County Democrats, also had accepted donations from Foresight Energy. Mayville said his run for state office without prior clearance from DNR director Marc Miller also was a problem.


www.lincolncourier.com

Consequently, DNR officials also looked into campaign donations accepted by Tony Mayville, another top administrator in the Office of Mines and Minerals who earned more than $92,000 a year.
Their investigation revealed that Mayville, a southern Illinoisan who unsuccessfully ran for state representative in March and who was head of the Washington County Democrats, also had accepted donations from Foresight Energy. Mayville said his run for state office without prior clearance from DNR director Marc Miller also was a problem.


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