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Briggs cites "illegal practices" in resignation

August 8, 2014

Photo by Richie Lecker – Shown is Ridgway Township Municipal Authority vice-chairman Bill Seely, chairman Ed LaValle and engineer Richard Wray as they continue their monthly meeting Thursday after learning about the resignation of the authority's treasurer, Bill Briggs.

Ridgway Township Municipal Authority treasurer Bill Briggs resigned his position as the authority's treasurer, citing illegal practices as the reason behind his resignation.
The authority's chairman, Ed LaValle, read Briggs' resignation letter at an authority meeting Thursday night.
"Due to what I feel are illegal practices, I am informing you that I can no longer serve as the treasurer of the authority, effective immediately," LaValle read from Briggs' letter.

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