Last updated: March 16. 2013 7:38PM - 336 Views
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WILKES-BARRE ‚?? Leo Glodzik, the owner of LAG Towing, said he will pursue legal action against the city of Wilkes-Barre and council regarding their attempt to terminate the towing contract.

Through his attorney Joseph Sklarosky Sr. Glodzik said the city and council are making false and malicious statements against him and LAG.

Sklarosky sent letters to the city and councilman Tony George.

My client takes exception to these false opinions and statements, Sklarosky wrote to George.

Since you persist in making false statements damaging my client's business and reputation, further legal action will follow. This letter is to advise you that you continue to do so at your own peril.

The city confirmed it received written notice of the lawsuit.

In a prepared statement, the city said its internal review of the contractor‚??s performance will continue undeterred.

Administrative personnel continue to thoroughly examine complaints, gather documentation, and have reached out to complainants to gauge their willingness to testify at potential future proceedings. Pursuant to the advice of legal counsel, the city will not have further comment at this time, the statement said.
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