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Mayor Files for Bankruptcy

The mayor of Layton, Utah has filed for bankruptcy and cited that the bad economy is the reason. Steve Curtis has listed liabilities at $386,000, including credit card bills and mortgages. He reportedly has not had steady, full-time employment since retiring from Qwest Communications in 2006. As mayor, he only makes $21,800 a year. 

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