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Mr. Tony Mayville

Wrong Tony Mayville?

Director, Office

The ELRC
Marjory Stoneman Douglas Building 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
United States

Company Description: The ELRC provides a collaborative and unique forum for enhancing land stewardship and conservation, and promotes sound policies and practices among those involved...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Cahokia High School
  • Southwestern Illinois College
26 Total References
Web References
ELRC: Directory
www.elrc.org, 28 Sept 2014 [cached]
Tony Mayville, Director, Office of Land Management, Division of
Officers - Illinois Democratic County Chairmen's Association
ildcca.org, 22 April 2014 [cached]
TONY MAYVILLE Vice-President
Chairmen | Illinois Democratic County Chairmen's Association
ildcca.org, 9 Mar 2010 [cached]
Tony Mayville 1997 Hickory Creek Rd. Dubois , IL 62831
Anthony "Tony" Mayville, supervisor of ...
illinoistimes.com, 21 Feb 2014 [cached]
Anthony "Tony" Mayville, supervisor of mine safety enforcement for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources, is chairman of the Washington County Democratic Central Committee in southern Illinois.
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In May 2011, Mayville left DNR to become Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy with the federal Mine Safety and Health Administration, a division of the U.S. Department of Labor. Mayville returned to DNR in August 2012.
Mayville is running for state representative in the 115th District in southern Illinois. A $2,000 check made out to the county committee from Cline's Foresight Energy Services was deposited in Mayville's own campaign fund in March 2013. Mayville transferred the money to the county committee in January 2014.
In November 2013, a 36-year-old coal miner named Dallas Travelstead died at Cline's Sugar Camp coal mine near Macedonia, Ill., while shoveling coal. A large chunk of rock and coal fell on top of him and pinned him. The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration's investigation of that death continues.
Mayville and the Washington County Democratic Central Committee have each accepted donations from other coal interests in the past. In 2006, the Washington County committee accepted a $500 donation from Peabody Investments Corp, which is an arm of coal mining company Peabody Energy. Mayville was not chairman of the committee at the time.
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Under the state law, if Mayville solicited the contributions, it would be a class A misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in prison and a $2,500 fine.
Chris McCloud, spokesman for DNR, said the contributions to the committee controlled by Mayville came to light when Mayville sought permission from DNR director Marc Miller to run for elected office.
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"After learning that Mr. Mayville may have violated agency policy, we immediately launched an investigation."
McCloud says Mayville is currently on an unpaid leave of absence, and the matter has been referred to the Office of the Executive Inspector General.
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But Mayville isn't the only public official to take money from Chris Cline.
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Will Reynolds, a Springfield environmental activist and writer who discovered the campaign contributions to Mayville, says the contributions are significant because DNR is preparing to regulate high-volume hydraulic fracturing, a controversial method of extracting oil and natural gas.
Tony Mayville, of Du Bois, ...
capitolfax.com [cached]
Tony Mayville, of Du Bois, went on unpaid leave Feb. 10 from his position as supervisor of mine safety enforcement at the state's Office of Mines and Minerals, spokesperson Chris McCloud said Thursday.
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The move came after IDNR Director Marc Miller became aware of possible misconduct and initiated disciplinary actions against Mayville, McCloud said.
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After learning that Mr. Mayville may have violated agency policy, we immediately launched an investigation," the state agency said in a written response.
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Tony Mayville is a candidate for State Representative in southern Illinois and Chairman of the Washington County Democratic Party. He has also supervised the Mine Safety division and served as acting director of Mines & Minerals at the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Over several years, including time while Mayville was responsible for regulating Illinois coal mines, he collected thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from companies owned by billionaire coal mine operator Chris Cline. In November 2013 a fatal accident occurred at a coal mine owned by Chris Cline and regulated by Tony Mayville.
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Mayville chairs the political fund of the Washington County Democratic Party Central Committee.
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Under the state law, if Mayville solicited the contributions, it would be a class A misdemeanor, punishable by up to a year in prison and a $2,500 fine.
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Mayville acted like he was already in the GA
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Famous quote by Mayville.
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Tony came right back " A jockey can ride 2 horses".
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