Hartsville wind farm ‘conflicts' raised: Rising attorney fees draw scrutiny
HARTSVILLE - Despite the absence of Supervisor Amy Emerson, Hartsville residents again questioned her impartiality in reference to wind farm issues.
July 14, 2006
by Rob Montana, Staff Writer
in Hornell Evening Tribune
Councilman George Prior, running the meeting due to Emerson's absence, asked for a resolution requiring Emerson to be the liaison between the town and attorney David Pullen, who is handling Hartsville's municipal law issues. He said the town got a bill of $1,430 from Pullen, including a $300 discount. A closer eye, he said, should be paid to its attorney expenses.
“I think we should come up with a policy because we've had board members calling him, members of the public calling him and we're getting billed for it,” Prior said.
“I really think it should go through the supervisor,”... [continue via Web link]