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Morrison town clerk wasn't disorderly, prosecutor says

8:28 AM, Apr. 1, 2013
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A formal accusation of disorderly conduct against the Morrison town clerk was a result of bullying on the part of an overzealous opponent of wind energy, according to the clerk's lawyer.

The Brown County District Attorney's office has dismissed a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct against town clerk Colleen Magley, according to a letter from that office to defense lawyer Steven Gillis. But the fact that Magley was charged at all leaves a stain on her reputation that isn't fair, Gillis said.

Gillis doesn't blame the DA's office for filing the charge and, in fact, thanked them for ...

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