Emotions ran hot at the April 15 South Fayette Board of Commissioners meeting, as commissioners Deron Gabriel and Jessica Cardillo Wagenhoffer exchanged personal jabs over official business the same day he filed a federal lawsuit claiming she, other commissioners and the township violated his civil rights after a censure vote against him while he was not present. The arguments drew comments from the audience, with some calling for commissioners’ resignations.
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- Star City looking to go for $5 Million, and the township is about to set new gas drilling ordinances. Business was voted on, but not before residents and commissioners went at it the same day a commissioner filed a lawsuit against the township and his fellow board members.