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West Fork Council, Mayor At Odds

Posted: July 15, 2013 at 5 a.m.

A dispute about the West Fork Police Commission led City Council members to try to restrict the mayor’s ability to communicate with businesses and government agencies.

At A Glance

How The Votes Fell

The West Fork City Council approved an order to restrict the mayor’s communications. The city attorney said the order was unenforceable. How council members voted:

In Favor

• Charles Rossetti

• Mike Nelson

• Ed Stout

• Shane Donahue

• Bill Sergeant

• Julie Shafer

Against

• Anita Lowry

Absent

• Sarah Setzer

Source: City Of West Fork

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Police Chief for 30+ years? No worries.
Receive charity from the government.. Somethings up in WF. Not talking about the water either... Though that's worth a sit.
Gagging the Mayor? :o/
Shame on the newer Aldermen for kowtowing to cronyism. Mike Nelson needs to go!
He needs to stop crying kicking his feet, trying to tear everything up around him and just leave. Nepotism is when you hire your son. AND GET AWAY WITH IT.

Posted by: Barefoot

July 16, 2013 at 12:02 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Citizens of West Fork,Please start attending council meetings,This is our town,our tax dollars,the place we choose to raise our families.I will continue to try to be heard,but I could use your support.We get the government we deserve!

Posted by: ssetzer02031153

July 16, 2013 at 1:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )