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It’s time for Whatley to go

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By Jonna Spelbring Priester

In April 2010, Campbellsburg made a mistake. A big one. One that’s already cost them more money in legal fees than they spent from January 2008 to December 2009, and cost them dearly in terms of reputation.

They, or more specifically Mayor Jan Fletcher, hired Crestwood attorney Graham Whatley to represent the city.

Twice Whatley was publicly rude and disrespectful toward a duly elected member of the council, practically accusing her of a horrendous crime simply because her husband happens to be the fire chief.


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