Saturday, September 15, 2012
Freund Lawsuit Charges $57,000 In Unpaid Grafton Bills
As Supervisor, Moore's statutorily the Road District's Treasurer. The problem for Associate Circuit Judge Thomas Meyer at a hearing next month will be to make sense out of all the records. For instance, Freund Friday charged he'd deposited a $24,000 check from the Township for partial rent payment. In a 6 am press release this morning, Moore denied the check's ever been cashed.
Another part of Freund's suit still complains Moore hasn't paid the premiums on his wife's health insurance, approved by the Grafton Board three years ago on the premise that it was cheaper than having the Township's plan cover her. Moore's release said Freund's never proved he's paid his wife's premiums. She called the new suit, "just another delay tactic which is a waste of taxpayer's money," Moore said.
A third complaint, that Moore won't turn over one of the Grafton Annex offices to Freund was dropped from the new version. Freund attorney Pat Coen said, due to abstruse real estate law, that part has to be in a case all its own. He said that hasn't been filed yet but, "It's in the works."
Freund's lawsuit still asks Meyer to order Moore to pay his outstanding bills and then remove her from the Supervisor's post for not doing so in the first place.