Saturday, May 8, 2004

Campaign censure tabled



The Cincinnati Enquirer

DEERFIELD TWP. - Township trustees tabled a resolution of censure Friday regarding Trustee Lee Speidel's campaign material for last November's election.

Law Director Doug Miller read a letter into the record during Friday's special meeting, in essence saying the matter should be tabled until the Ohio Elections Commission has discussed it.

Trustee President Randy Kuvin requested last month that Miller develop the resolution after Speidel declined to acknowledge or apologize for what Kuvin deems inaccurate, misleading information.

The commission had received a similar complaint from Speidel's opponent in the trustee race, then-Trustee Bill Morand. The commission is scheduled to hear the case in June.




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