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Change of attorney is no drop in bucket

April 28, 2013

Forestville has taken one step that will help in reducing costs when it comes to its budget. Last week, the village hired Michael Sullivan as its attorney at a cost of $75 per hou....

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commentor

Apr-28-13 9:56 AM

Did that take care of all legal issues or did you have to hire an outside atty for some things like they do in Fredonia.

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Captain

Apr-28-13 12:15 PM

Does anyone wonder why the Observer omitted Bolender's actual hourly fee in this article? Listing both Sully's AND Bolender's hourly rates would've allowed us to easily compare the difference, if indeed Bolender's rate was higher. It's that simple.

Reporting all pertinent facts help us form our own opinions/conclusions, instead of relying on what today's biased media chooses to carefully imply.

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jamesamuscato

Apr-28-13 11:27 PM

They really don't need a new attorney, they have James White. Jeanne keep an eye on him.

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Marie1954

Apr-30-13 9:08 PM

Wow, wish I could find an attorney that would work for $75. Heck the labor rate at car repair shops is that much!

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