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Sheriff Shannon Oliver held a briefing Tuesday morning to release what forensics recently found. Sheriff Oliver said the skull found June 10 by hikers appears to be a male between the ages of 18 and 49. It was found in a flood zone area across the water from Horseshoe Bend Campground.
The suit also alleges thatofficials arecovering up a decision to award village contracts to trustees about to leave office.Two days before theNov. 8, 2012, Village Council meeting, citizens voted trustees Jim Frelitz, Richard Fish and Art Early off the council.At a board meeting after the election, the suit alleges the Village Council violated the state’s Open Meetings Act for several reasons including the discussion of contracts for the outgoing trustees.”Despite the village, by counsel, initially denyingthat it violated (the Open Meetings Act), the evidence ordered disclosed by this court shows quite theopposite,” the lawsuit states.Earlier that meeting, the board accepted a recommendation from the village’s appointed police committee to clear Oakley Police Chief Robert Reznick of complaintsthat heharassed an employee of the Oakley Family Tavern, a bar thatthe plaintiff in this suit owns with her husband, Dennis Bitterman, who became an Oakley trustee in December 2012.Dennis Bitterman was elected in the same election in which voters ousted Fish, Frelitz and Early.The board went into a closed session for the purposes of reviewing employment contracts for members of the police department.”There is no basisunder (the Open Meetings Act)to go into closed session for the purpose of reviewing employmentcontracts,” the suit argues.The meeting minutes from the November 2012 village of Oakley meeting were ordered to be released following a recent lawsuit filed against village clerk Cheryl Bolf and are included as evidence in a Sept. 5 lawsuit that alleges the village violated the Open Meetings Act.