Monthly water and sewer bond interest transfers have not been recorded in a timely manner, which amounted to $127,472.35 in errors to date that have not been corrected on the town’s records, according to the lawsuit.
The Town of Yorktown has had to hire an independent firm to pay almost $70,000 to do the work Neff was elected to do, prosecutors said.
Neff has been in office since 2007, records show.
Neff's attorney released a statement following the judge’s decision:
“We are pleased to receive this decision from the Court,” said Jeff Heinzmann of Heinzmann Law Office, who represented Neff in the proceedings. “The Court rightly applied Indiana precedents which hold that impeachment is reserved for only the most extreme and extraordinary occasions. It is our hope that
Ms. Neff and the Yorktown Town Council, all chosen by the voters, will now move forward