Thursday, April 04, 2013

Sullivan County Commissioners & Sheriff in Mediation
Sullivan County commissioners might consider settling the sheriff’s lawsuit against the county next week. A trial in the suit had been set for March but was delayed and a new trial date has not been set. 1.2- million dollars is the amount being mentioned but officially no specific amount has been agreed upon. Sheriff Wayne Anderson filed a 9.9- million dollar lawsuit against the county last year but that suit was reduced to about 2.5- million. Both parties are involved in mediation and a commission meeting with the county’s attorneys is coming up next Monday at 7pm. (bg)

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