According to records, the Seymour Optimist Club (Club) and the North Knob Creek Community Association (NKCCA) appeared in court for a Default hearing on the Club.
The Club had not timely responded to a complaint filed by the NKCCA and the hearing was to set a Default Judgment against the Club.
Three individuals from the Club were present, as was attorney Joe Baker representing NKCCA. Commissioner Buster Norton was also present at the hearing. “I was there representing the county in case the Judge wanted some information from the county,” Norton told the Seymour Herald.
According to witnesses, the Judge inquired from the Club representatives where their attorney was. One of the representatives responded that Larry Water’s told him they didn’t need a lawyer. The Judge continued the trial so the Club could retain an attorney.
Following the hearing, Norton told the Club members he was going to inquire if the County Attorney could represent the Club.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.