Doubts persist about mayor's legal residency
“It's up to the municipal election commission and the council. Now, if any citizen challenges that, they can bring a suit and take it to court”
By DIONNE GLEATON ,T&D Staff Writer Monday, June 18, 2007 BRANCHVILLE - ' The question of whether the mayor of Branchville is a legal resident of the town and eligible for the post he's held since 1995 is ... via The Times and Democrat
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#1 Oct 2, 2007
The old ancient map of Branchville was disregarded by the hired hand of the Mayor.
The facts and the truth were sneered at by all but one Town Council person who honored the impartial findings of the U.S. Geodetic Groups Survey findings.
The centerpoint of the founding fathers of Branchville was, and always will be the spot directly under the chandelier which hung from the Branch Eating Place in the Branchville Depot.
The Branchville Town Council did not have the Rights or Powers to change the Town Limits in the illegitimate manner they chose.
#2 Oct 28, 2009
Ya'll must be the bordest people in the world. Get a life, I promise there is something out there for you. It makes ya'll look like a bunch of immature people.
#3 Oct 29, 2009
There are folks in elected public office in Berkeley Cty who are not really even residing there.
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