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August 06, 2014 - Rush for Food

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The Clarkston News office at 5 S. Main Street downtown is a collection spot for the Wolves' 17th Annual Rush for Food for Lighthouse Emergency Services in Independence Township.

The food drive for non-perishable items runs through Thursday, Aug. 21. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Athletic passes

The fall season officially begins next week and athletic passes are now available. Passes are available for all home athletic events at Sashabaw Middle School, Clarkston Junior High and Clarkston High School. Family passes are $175, with which each household member receives a pass, and individual student passes are $75.

Passes can be purchased at the Attendance Office at Clarkston High School Monday-Thursdays from 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. and during student registration, Aug. 19, 21 and 27. Cash and checks only. Please make checks payable to Clarkston Community Schools.

Case Closed

Oakland County Sheriff's office and Michigan State Police investigators have determined City of the Village of Clarkston Manager Carol Eberhardt did nothing wrong criminally in regards to police reports filed by a local resident over Freedom of Information Act requests and deletion of city records.

A special investigator with the county told local Cory Johnston, who filed the complaint that he may have a civil case, but the matter is not criminal. Johnston filed the complaints in July after several months of ongoing issues with the manager.

An attorney he hired, after Eberhardt made a variety of claims about him, said he should sue the city. Johnston said although he thinks he would prevail in a civil case, he does not have the time or money to fight the city. He also said he has already spent $2,500 on the issue.

A few weeks ago, Johnston said he is considering moving out of Clarkston because he feels officials get away with anything they want with no repercussions. He also claims city officials improperly notify the public about meetings, records are often unavailable and unbudgeted expenses are approved regularly.

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