Kent town Supervisor under scrutiny

" he believed Baisley tried to gain access to Dove's assessment file in an attempt to change it"

In a report that Justice Joe Esposito had asked the Town Assessor to adjust the property assessement of fellow justice Jim Dove, comes this news of possible illegalities on the part of the Town Supervisor Basiley. From the NY Journal News report of Friday February 1, 2002:

"In the same interview, Boryk stated that Baisley approached him with the same file, whose contents he didn't specify, and made the same request around Feb. 8 [2001]. He added that he believed Baisley tried to gain access to Dove's assessment file in an attempt to change it. Boryk, in the report, didn't say why he suspected Baisley.

Another Feb. 14 police report, filed by Pasquantonio, documents concerns by town employees that someone tried to enter a file on the assessor's computer and make a copy of it. At the time, Boryk said, "There were screens that were up that weren't there when we left."

Baisley refused yesterday to comment on the statements in the police reports and said she had not received a subpoena concerning the judge. Dove, an independent who ran on the Republican, Conservative and Independence lines in 1999, retired in 2000 from his almost $20,000-a-year part-time job on the town bench. He couldn't be reached yesterday for comment."

 



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