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Former Newton Falls police chief may not be suing the city

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NEWTON FALLS, Ohio - Former Newton Falls Police Chief John Kuivila may not be suing the city over his firing after all.

Kuivila's lawyer tells 21 News that the city has agreed to pay the ex-chief according to his contract.

Attorney Kimberly Kendall said she expects the amount to exceed $50,000.

City council fired Kuivila this past week saying he undermined his ability to remain an effective leader.

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