Putnam Pit mailbag
From: Geoffrey Davidian[SMTP:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 18, 1997 2:57 PM
Mr. Wagnon represented to the council, through Mr. Shipley, that the money
he sought was 'reimbursement' for a legal fee. I am trying to put to rest
suspicions that he did not pay that money. It would be very helpful if
Mr. Shipley or you would make that receipt or canceled check
It might appear to some that Mr. Wagnon withdrew his request for reimbursement
because he could not provide evidence that he had paid it.
I think it is appropriate to ask Mr. Shipley to provide the documentation
because Mr. Shipley introduced the issue to the council on the basis of
information he asked Mr. Wagnon to provide.
We have here a moment at which further suspicions will be put to rest once
and for all if the document is simply made available.
Putnam Pit editor.
Tue, 18 Mar 1997 14:18:02 -0600
Gail Fowler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
'Geoffrey Davidian' <email@example.com>
Mr. Wagnon did not provide any documentation other than a copy of the invoice
from Mr. Dickerson. Had the Council approved the reimbursement, Mr.
Wagnon would have had to provide the proper supporting documentation before
the payment could have been consummated. We do not have access to
Mr. Wagnon's personal financial records.