Wednesday, December 17, 2008

State finds probable cause in Schwebel case

Middletown resident Carolyn Schwebel filed a complaint with the state Attorney General this past February.

In a report dated Dec. 1, the state Division on Civil Rights announced that Schwebel did, in fact, have probable cause in filling her complaint, as ruled by J. Frank Vespa Papaleo, the divison’s director.

Schwebel filed the complaint after her dismissal from the Middletown Township Human Rights Commission last December, a committee on which she had voluntarily served for 18 years, most recently as chairwoman.

For the full story, click on the headline and go to The Courier Online by Courier Staff Writer Melissa L. Gaffney.

1 comment:

stopthesocialists said...

I was under the impression that she was not reappointed, rather than dismissed. Which is it?