From Silverton Standard, the place where you can write!
Posted on April 15 2010, 3:58pm by Mark Esper
in Local News
Computer hard drive copied for possible evidence.
Two town employees have been accused by a town trustee of being responsible for the anonymous postcard sent out days before the April 6 town election.
And the trustee suggested they may have done campaign work during their work hours.
Town Administrator Jason Wells said the hard drive of a town-owned computer has been copied to preserve possible evidence in the grievance case.
Meanwhile, Town Clerk Brian Carlson is investigating whether the postcard constituted a possible election law violation.
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