Champagne had urged that attorneys “promptly address and attempt to resolve any alleged overpayments of funds claims based on the state comptroller’s report.”
That legal discussion has not been made public but apparently has not found common ground or resolution.
Brian Kremer of the Albany firm Goldberger & Kremer is handling the legal review for the village. He was not available Wednesday for comment.
Brooks was in court Wednesday and could not be reached, either.
To date, no formal litigation has been filed with regard to the audit’s findings or McKillip’s employment status.
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