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Tuesday, 20 August 2013 01:37

Ellisville hires new city attorney

   Ellisville has a new City Attorney.  

   At a special meeting Monday night, the Ellisville Board of Aldermen unanimously approved hiring George Restovich, of Restovich Allen LLC, to replace Paul Martin, who was fired June 27, 2013.  

   Restovich will begin his new job at Wednesday's regular meeting.   

  The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Restovich will initially work for an hourly rate.  In six months, the board will consider putting Restovich on retainer.

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   Ellisville's ousted mayor is making good on his promise to appeal his impeachment in court.  Former Mayor Adam Paul filed an appeal in St. Louis County Circuit Court Wednesday asking a judge to overturn his April 8th impeachment.  

   But he didn't stop there.  

   Paul also filed a defamation lawsuit against his accusers.  The suit claims City Attorney Paul Martin, Council Member Matt Pirrello, City Manager Kevin Bookout and resident Katie James harmed his reputation by making unsubstantiated allegations against him.  

   Paul hand delivered a copy of the lawsuit to the city council at last night's council meeting.  

   The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the new city council, which took office Wednesday night, has decided not to appoint an interim mayor to take Paul's place.  The council plans to proceed with a special election, but the details have not yet been determined.

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