RICHMOND HEIGHTS, OH (WOIO) - With the help of the Ohio Supreme Court, a special election took place in Richmond Heights on Tuesday to determine the mayor's fate.
On Monday, the court refused to block the election, stating the petitioning process was not tampered with.
Mayor Headen has been in office for nearly nine months and most of those months have been filled with controversy, including battles with City Council, improper firings and questionable hirings.
Last month, Richmond Heights residents got more than 1,000 signatures and filed petitions with the city for the recall election.
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