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'''Albert Clatterbuck''' and other homeless men were involved in a protracted legal battle with the city over the panhandling ordinance. In 2015, a settlement was reached in the panhandler case. City Council has approved about $125,000 for what’s known as the “Clatterbuck decision”. Attorney [[Jeff Fogel]], who represented the homeless plaintiffs, says the judge in the case ruled that the city misrepresented to its constituency what it was doing.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://wina.com/news/064460-settlement-reached-in-panhandling-case/|title=Settlement Reached In Panhandling Case|last=staff|first=|publishdate=2015|publisher=Saga Communications, Inc.|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=Feb. 19, 2021}}</ref>  
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'''Albert Clatterbuck''' <ref>{{Cite-progress|url=https://dailyprogress.com/news/downtown-mall-albert-clatterbuck/image_dc161768-ad99-59a4-97f9-a794b57893ad.html|title=Downtown Mall Albert Clatterbuck|author=staff|publishdate=Aug 3, 2010 Updated May 15, 2019|accessdate=Feb 19, 2021}}</ref>and other homeless men were involved in a protracted legal battle with the city over the panhandling ordinance. In 2015, a settlement was reached in the panhandler case. City Council has approved about $125,000 for what’s known as the “Clatterbuck decision”. Attorney [[Jeff Fogel]], who represented the homeless plaintiffs, says the judge in the case ruled that the city misrepresented to its constituency what it was doing.<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://wina.com/news/064460-settlement-reached-in-panhandling-case/|title=Settlement Reached In Panhandling Case|last=staff|first=|publishdate=2015|publisher=Saga Communications, Inc.|archive-url=|archive-date=|dead-url=|accessdate=Feb. 19, 2021}}</ref>  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 21:48, 19 February 2021

Albert Clatterbuck [1]and other homeless men were involved in a protracted legal battle with the city over the panhandling ordinance. In 2015, a settlement was reached in the panhandler case. City Council has approved about $125,000 for what’s known as the “Clatterbuck decision”. Attorney Jeff Fogel, who represented the homeless plaintiffs, says the judge in the case ruled that the city misrepresented to its constituency what it was doing.[2]


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References

  1. Web. Downtown Mall Albert Clatterbuck, staff, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, Aug 3, 2010 Updated May 15, 2019, retrieved Feb 19, 2021.
  2. Web. Settlement Reached In Panhandling Case, Saga Communications, Inc., 2015, retrieved Feb. 19, 2021.

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