Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Lawsuit Filed Seeking To Invalidate Resolution Passed By Bridgeport School Board On July 20th, 2015

Attorney Philip Ellison filed a complaint on August 14th seeking to have the resolution invalidated that was passed by the Bridgeport School Board on July 20th.
You can view the resolution on this blog post - http://bridgeportmusings.blogspot.com/2015/08/resolution-approving-settlement-from.html
You can follow the progress of this suit on the Circuit Court website - http://www.saginawcounty.com/Apps/ClerkSearches/CircuitCivilDetail.aspx?caseNo=15-027422-CZ
I could try to summarize his grounds for this complaint but it is better to view the entire legal complaint itself.  There are some interesting facts in this complaint, here are just a few highlights from the complaint -

-- Undertaking a political attempt to thwart the return of monies to the taxpayers within the Bridgeport-Spaulding Community Schools as misappropriated by current trustee Martha A. Sageman.
-- That it is suspected that Defendant BRIDGEPORT-SPAULDING COMMUNITY SCHOOLS BOARD OF EDUCATION did not, in closed session, actually review evidence to support the findings of fact outlined in the July 20, 2015, but rather sought ways, via a false resolution, to politically protect trustee Martha A. Sageman’s prior illegal misappropriations of funds.
-- That in support of this belief, trustee Martha A. Sageman voted to ratify her own illegal conduct, despite being a named defendant in another case and having a direct conflict of interest.

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