The City of Mount Vernon Faces Lawsuits Valued from $1,750,000 to $2,000,000 for Services Rendered in Defense of Mayor Richard Thomas
By HEZI ARIS

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Charicature of a younger, better looking Mount Vernon Tribune and Yonkers Editor-at-Large / Westchester On the Level Internet Radio Host Hezi Aris.

MOUNT VERNON, NY and YONKERS, NY — June 19, 2019 — Mount Vernon Tribune / Yonkers Tribune have learned that after the June 25, 2019th Primary Elections are concluded, the City of Mount Vernon will face lawsuits from some very prominent law firms to the tune of $1,750,000 to $2,000,000 for unpaid legal fees for services rendered on behalf of defending Mayor Richard Thomas.

One of the firms divulged to this reporter is the Yonkers-based firm of Spolzino, Smith, Buss & Jacobs LLP. Another is the Long Island law firm of Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C.

Inside sources with knowledge have corroborated the findings herein. Attempts to reach Jeff Buss, one of the partners of the Spolzino, Smith, Buss & Jacobs LLC law firm on the cell number I spoke to him on a few months back, I learned today, was disconnected. So much for obtaining a comment from the only partner with whom I had previous contact.

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eHeziThe City of Mount Vernon Faces Lawsuits Valued from $1,750,000 to $2,000,000 for Services Rendered in Defense of Mayor Richard Thomas
By HEZI ARIS

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  1. so these lawfirms are suing the city for criminal acts committed by this mayor outside the scope of his administrative duties…and what lawfirm doesn’t take a retainer and then bills against the retainer until the retainer is exhausted in which case they require another payment before undertaking their work?

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