You don't have the authority to order the city's attorneys to file a stay on the civil service commission's decision. The city's next legal move is up to the city commission - not you. Who do you think you are? You don't represent Sandusky. The city commission does.
That'll come out during the special session that's bound to happen either tomorrow or the next day.
Way to prolong this embarassment to the city....
Yeah, I know alot of people who use their middle finger to prop up their head when they experience undue amounts of stress. Actually most people use their index fingers with their thumbs under their chin - but we all know that Kline has a style of his own.
That didn't take long:
Good luck getting ahold of the mayor. His voice mail is full:
When the going gets tough, the tough are...accessible?
[Light bulb] Aha!
Now it's clear why Fraulein Cannon filed a motion to force Jannice Warner to recuse herself. Fraulein Cannon must've caught wind on how Mrs. Warner felt about the case, so Fraulein Cannon pulled a card from her dirty legal trick hat to ensure the desired outcome in her dirty little case. Fraulein Cannon questioned Jannice Warner's ability to stay "impartial."
Nice try Herr Cannon.
Deidre Cole agrees that Matt Kline's gesture was disrespectful to the civil service commission:
Hey lady, take it easy on Kline. You know how he gets under pressure.
Getting back to the issue of who has the authority to call the shots on behalf of the city: Bob Warner gave me a short interview earlier this evening about who's decision it is to file a stay on the civil service's decision to reinstate Nuesse. Apparently the insurance company is calling the shots:
One thing is certain: the embarassment to the process of city government is worth much more than money. Every twist, every turn - and the citizens will get more and more fed up with the legal shenanigans by Maragaret Cannon and her out-of-town legal team bilking the city and taxpayers.
The civil service commission's job is to handle disputes between civil servants and city administration. They just carried out their duties. They did their jobs. Now will the city attempt to override the civil service's decision? If so, why does the city of Sandusky even have a civil service commission?
Don Lee today:
What Kline is probably thinking as he wipes the gunpowder off his face:
Or maybe he'll just keep throwing up his middle finger to everyone but his small group of supporters...
Let's review some of the more interesting reactions from some local officials:
To be continued...