Friday, April 19, 2019

Ethics Board chairwoman: Wait's complaint did not meet requirements

RACINE — Board of Ethics Chairwoman Mary Wyant decided the complaint filed by Harry Wait of the Town of Dover did not meet the board’s requirements and will not be accepted by the board for discussion.
In early March, Wait, a citizens’ rights advocate and member of HOT (Honest, Open and Transparent) Government, alleged that City Attorney Scott Letteney has “an extensive history of egregious conduct while in office, undermining the interest of the people and the City of Racine,” and recommended sanctioning and removing Letteney from office.

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TSE said...

They hate the Pro - Se litigant, and will disqualify for any and all reasons - so be sure to read the fine print, dot the I's and cross the T's.

You have enemies in front, and enemies behind - and a Bar Association which is compromised.

Law is too lucrative to allow common working people to play -

Try, try, again.

TSE said...

What is even more ironic - is that in Holmes vs Wahlen - City of Racine argued that a non verified Complaint was A-OK. As long as the Complainant was now former Chief of Police, Kurt Wahlen.