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It didn matter that those numbersmade the baseball record book obsolete. It happened and, man, was it fun. The Bills and Browns were going to trade Kelly for Kosar and Tecmo didn want to commit to putting either on a team. The crowd is heartened later when swingman Bryon Russell arrives in a black Escalade with the stereo booming. His windows are down and he stops, shakes hands with the security guard, and mugs a little for the fans. He is followed in quick succession by another wave of anonymous cars.
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It the latest action among a dozen other lawsuits that include court complaints aboutsecret reservist documents (pictured), a village newsletter, alleged “vile” words, and alleged harassment bythe chief of police.Here a look at a dozen Oakley lawsuits including action thatled to once secret information being released bythe village of Oakley.Shannon Bitterman sues for police reservist recordsAfter The village of Oakley denied Shannon Bitterman Freedom of Information request that sought contact information for every member of Oakley reserve police force, Bitterman sued the village in Saginaw County court.The latest:Village attorney Richard Hamilton advised the board to release the information in an attempt to end litigation and the Michigan Court of Appeals in a March 2015order dismissed the case.Pictured: Shannon Bitterman listens during a Tuesday, March 11, 2014, Village of Oakley meeting. Two certified police officers of the Oakley Police Department are pictured in the background.Shannon Bitterman sues clerk, village, alleging Open Meetings Act violationsFiled: April, May 2013Shannon Bitterman filed lawsuits, one against clerk Cheryl Bolf, and another against the village of Oakley, alleging violations of the state Open Meetings Act regarding a November 2012 closed meeting.A Saginaw County judge ruled the village violated the Open Meetings Act related to the meeting. The judge ruled Bolf is not considered a public official for the purposes of the Open Meetings Act and the Court of Appeals agreed.The latest: The Michigan Supreme Court heard oral argumentsin the case on Wednesday, April 6.