Wheatland Patch is running a story about the attempt of three members of the Wheatland Township Board to build a new town hall.
Cost $1.5 million.
Cast of characters includes a group of uppity citizens.
Sounds like Grafton Township two years ago, except Grafton’s Town Hall was going to cost $3 million.
Keri-Lyn Krafthefer wrote in an email that her firm had “just defeated (Moore) in a case.”
Ancel Glink Partner Keri-Lyn Krafthefer told the Wheatland Patch that her firm “won a significant victory on behalf of our clients in Grafton Township against Linda Moore.”
That’s not what I heard Donna McMahon say before the court session last week when Judge Michael Caldwell order that her husband Trustee Gerry McMahon and fellow Trustees Betty Zirk, Barbara Murphy and Rob LaPorta be listed by name in a court order to approve Moore’s attorney John Nelson as Grafton Township Attorney.
Commenting on Ancel Glink, the Wheatland Township’s law firm, Grafton Township Supervisor said it did not work “for the good of the people. They’re working of the good of their own pocketbook.”
Ancel Glink has been paid $313,000 so far, Moore told reporter Robyn Morganhan.