Judge Orders May Special Election; Troy Officials Respond to Newtown Tragedy; More Top Troy News
Here's our Week in Review: A recap of the top headlines on Troy Patch from Dec. 10-16.
A lot happened last week, and we want to make sure you didn't miss the top headlines on Troy Patch. Here are five of our most-read stories from the past week:
- Judge Orders May 2013 Special Election for Troy. "The court finds that fairness in the election process mandates that timely notice be rendered," said Judge Denise Langford Morris. "Therefore, the court finds that the next regular election date is in May."
- Letter to the Editor: Troy City Attorney is 'A Seasoned Professional' "I am grateful that Troy's legal department is led by a woman of intelligence, skill, and the ability to perform in the face of public ire," writes Troy resident and Recall Janice Daniels co-founder John Kulesz.
- Hearing Scheduled This Week in State v. Troy Lawsuit. Secretary of Sate Ruth Johnson filed a lawsuit on Nov. 30 against the Troy City Clerk Aileen Bittner, saying Troy residents "have the right to choose the city's mayor in February."
- Troy Schools, Mayor Respond to Newtown School Shooting. “Any time you hear that innocent people died, it tears at you," Troy Mayor Dane Slater said. "How do you respond to something like this?”
- Teen Steals Candy, Eats It in Store; Men Steal 20 Packs of Red Bull; More Troy Crime News. The following information was obtained from the Troy Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.