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Findlay city councilwoman told The Findlay Courier she was threatened by a
March, Hancock County began working with the City of Findlay to purchase a
parking lot from the city near the new commissioners' offices. City council debated
the issue, worried about losing public parking downtown.
an article Wednesday, the Courier reported that Councilwoman Anne Spence
emailed her fellow councilmen in April, saying a meeting on the parking lot
between herself and Commissioner Brian Robertson turned heated.
claims that Robertson said he felt Spence would lose the primary election and
that he would have a personal vendetta against any council member who voted
against the sale of the parking lot.
denied Spence's account of the meeting.
county commissioner says this disagreement, if true, is an isolated event
between the two individuals, and isn't a reflection on either parties.
nothing from our office, and I talked to the city," said Commissioner Phillip
Riegle. "We don't have any issues with the city in terms of that. We've been
working together fine."