According to the First Electric Newspaper, the firm hired by the Grafton Township Trustees to investigate whether Grafton Township computers had been tampered with sent an email last night complaining of not having been paid some $15,000 and released some findings.
You can find the details here.
Pete Gonigam reports that an email was sent to Trustee Rob LaPorta, which he read after the meeting last night.
In the continuing separation of powers trial, Supervisor Linda Moore has already testified that she asked her computer guy to remove the financial information, which she took home nightly and reinstalled in the morning.
“I choose not to use the server in my office. It’s unnecessary. The use of a server is another example of my predecessors waste of the taxpayers’ money. In an office the size we have, we can network computers without the need for a server,” Moore said.