Clarkstown Could Re-vote on Former Chief’s Status in Weeks

The town of Clarkstown is weighing whether to appeal a judge’s decision to nullify the council’s vote two years ago to fire the suspended police chief. A judge recently decided a council member and the supervisor should have recused themselves from the vote and ordered a re-vote on the status of former police chief Michael Sullivan. Clarkstown supervisor George Hoehmann says regardless, Sullivan already retired…

The judge did not throw out the disciplinary charges and he denied Sullivan’s request the town pay his legal fees. Hoehman says he will abstain, but the current town board could vote again in the next few weeks. Neither Sullivan nor his attorney could be reached for comment.

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