But it wasn't unusual for Dexter Township. Asked about the March 5 meeting, treasurer Libby Brushaber scrunches her eyes then replies. "I don't remember. I don't know. We have a lot of meetings."
Recalling the meeting that ended in her quitting the board, Pat Kelly bites her lip before she speaks.
"Probably more were like that than not since the middle of 2012," says the ex-supervisor. "Before that, we got business done ... After that, it was almost impossible to get anything done. It's a sad story."
And one that spells the demise of a five-year effort to create a western Washtenaw regional fire authority.
Kelly says she resigned because her relationship with clerk Harley Rider had broken down. "And I have not a clue as to why it happened."
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