WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- A day after a North Carolina judge restored Brian Berger’s commissioner’s seat chairman Woody White fired back during a news conference.
At the news conference chairman White appeared with commissioners Beth Dawson and Thomas Wolfe to share their views on Judge Gale’s ruling.
Despite the fact that Berger was given his seat back White says he feels the ruling was a victory for the board because it found the Amotion process viable.
White says the board will work together to determine their next move.
"I think we should leave it alone and move on and cut the waste of spending with taxpayer dollars,” said Commissioner Jonathan Barfield.
"As far as Mr. Barfield's comments last night I considered them ill-measured, unprepared, and it's obvious he had not read the court order,” said White. “As I said in my statement responsible leaders need to recognize red flags and take action."
White maintains the entire process has not cost the taxpayers any money but that’s because the lawyer hasn’t sent them the bill.