The Attorney General’s Office of Ohio verified the other day Maineville councilman Shearer William can function as a councilman of village while keeping a place on the Hamilton Twp.
“I ‘m not conscious of any constitutional arrangement blocking an individual from keeping these places concurrently,” stated Christina Pate, assistant attorney-general of Ohio, in a study revealed.
“This turned out to be a real instance of petty politics the Maineville mayor decided to choose on a problem in this way,” Shearer stated. “He’s has taken shame to the township and also to the village, as well as the chagrin and frustration. I needed to suffer for nearly half a year. This (statement) should end his conjecture, and that I do anticipate an apology.”
After seeking an accounting of prices the village has to make for McDonough’s probe of the problem, Shearer requested that the resolution be passed that “no more community resources will likely be invested with this problem and additional analysis should be independently financed.”
In Nov, Maineville Mayor Marconet Dale called in to issue asking if Shearer’s can possess an elected position with the entire village while serving within an established position along with the township.
Marconet approved the issue to be investigated by hamlet attorney McDonough Kevin. In council’s meeting held on 21st April, the solicitor described the record of Pate.
Authorities also voted to agree the movement of Shearer to expand the solicitor’s ongoing authorized portrayal of the hamlet for 8 weeks till authorities may come to agreement with the potential work of McDonough with Maineville.