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#1389684 --- 03/01/13 08:13 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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I'm sure they are basing that on "if" it were to be true. This is beyond stupid to pursue. True colors are showing and ain't talking red, white and blue.....

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#1389685 --- 03/01/13 08:34 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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If it can be proven he no longer resides in the village you are probably right. If someone maintains two residences it is tough to prove which one is the primary. I know someone who lived primarily in Yates county but kept a home in Steuben county so he could keep his elected position. Unless someone counts days at each place I don't know how u could prove it.
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#1389688 --- 03/01/13 08:57 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: Mean Gene]
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And only someone with an axe to grind would bother with that! I know, plant cameras in this person's house to keep track. No invasion of privacy there!

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#1389843 --- 03/03/13 09:42 AM Re: Trust him? [Re: Mean Gene]
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Originally Posted By: Mean Gene
If it can be proven he no longer resides in the village you are probably right. If someone maintains two residences it is tough to prove which one is the primary. I know someone who lived primarily in Yates county but kept a home in Steuben county so he could keep his elected position. Unless someone counts days at each place I don't know how u could prove it.
MG here is what the courts have stated must be proved, for a change to a new domicile to be effected, there must be a union of residence in fact and an " absolute and fixed intention" to abandon the former and make the new locality a fixed and permanent home. The mayor and others have stated this is exactly what the trustee has told them that is what he is doing, his new home is worth $150,000 the old home in the village has only half that value so what location do you think he is calling his permanent home?

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#1389845 --- 03/03/13 10:06 AM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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In the famous words of the Sergeant I broke in with, "Where's my complainant?". If you think you are right you need to make a complaint in the appropriate venue. If he is keeping the village home and not renting it out to someone you may not be able to make your case.
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#1389847 --- 03/03/13 10:26 AM Re: Trust him? [Re: Mean Gene]
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Originally Posted By: Mean Gene
In the famous words of the Sergeant I broke in with, "Where's my complainant?". If you think you are right you need to make a complaint in the appropriate venue. If he is keeping the village home and not renting it out to someone you may not be able to make your case.
Gene his neighbors in both locations have observed the changes in occupancy and it has been documented in several other court proof ways, if he doesn't do the proper thing by resigning his seat then a article 78 with testimony and documental proof can be provided to prove his guilt before the court, I don't think he wants to end up like his old boss publicity disgraced.

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#1389872 --- 03/03/13 04:47 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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Well now that you have brought it up perhaps he will do the right thing.
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#1389875 --- 03/03/13 05:41 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: Mean Gene]
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j3668py So put his name out there publicly in ur local paper giving the facts u have , when enough ppl start asking questions then another elected official may be forced to address the issue and ask for proof !!! Sometimes the ppl who claim intelligence get a case of the "stupids" when u start asking about their buddies....Isn't that so MG ??

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#1390109 --- 03/04/13 06:11 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: Mean Gene]
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Originally Posted By: Mean Gene
Well now that you have brought it up perhaps he will do the right thing.
I received a report today from a investigator from a police agency that conducted a investigation into this matter, the investigation has reveal that the trustee has moved out of the village and had attempted to keep it low keyed which failed.

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#1390323 --- 03/05/13 03:27 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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Post it so we can read it.

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#1390546 --- 03/06/13 06:06 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: py.eternal.cynic]
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Originally Posted By: py.eternal.cynic
Post it so we can read it.
Because of the people who supplied the information are afraid of retaliation and wish to remain anonymous at this time I won't post it, but if this matter goes to court then this information will be made public.


Edited by j3668py (03/06/13 06:10 PM)

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#1390547 --- 03/06/13 06:09 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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Sure, so either foil laws were violated, there is no report, or someone did something wrong that they don't want to get caught doing. Two wrongs make a right?

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#1390549 --- 03/06/13 06:12 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: py.eternal.cynic]
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Originally Posted By: py.eternal.cynic
Sure, so either foil laws were violated, there is no report, or someone did something wrong that they don't want to get caught doing. Two wrongs make a right?
Under investigation therefore not foilable at this time.

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#1390550 --- 03/06/13 06:18 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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So a police officer, or more likely a deputy sheriff released information to you of an official investigation. That's grounds for a disciplinary action at least and nullification of any criminal charge by even the dumbest attorney. How far shall we carry this?

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#1390561 --- 03/06/13 07:37 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: py.eternal.cynic]
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Originally Posted By: py.eternal.cynic
So a police officer, or more likely a deputy sheriff released information to you of an official investigation. That's grounds for a disciplinary action at least and nullification of any criminal charge by even the dumbest attorney. How far shall we carry this?
Investigator, I'm the one that filed the complaint no nullification or disciplinary action, stick to selling Hamburgs and walmart beer and leave the law to the professionals.

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#1390562 --- 03/06/13 07:39 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: j3668py]
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Just keep the shelves stocked. You should do the same.

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#1390567 --- 03/06/13 08:39 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: py.eternal.cynic]
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Why the heck would anyone, even you, stoop so low? You and your buddy make issues so personal that even the serious issues are lost in the soup.

Btw, how are you a professional? No professional would do this and put it on a public forum.

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#1391554 --- 03/12/13 09:43 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: nolyingpy]
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Originally Posted By: nolyingpy
Why the heck would anyone, even you, stoop so low? You and your buddy make issues so personal that even the serious issues are lost in the soup.

Btw, how are you a professional? No professional would do this and put it on a public forum.
Pot black, kettle black.

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#1391753 --- 03/13/13 07:19 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: Honestly]
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Think not....

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#1391771 --- 03/13/13 09:04 PM Re: Trust him? [Re: nolyingpy]
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I would think that a professional would not want some dipstick with an ax to grind posting any information about an active case for any reason. That's up to the investigator. But once again, here we are reading about an active police investigation, posted on a public forum. Amazing. OK j, call me a few names and poke fun as usual, but your wrong for posting that stuff here.

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