Saturday, August 15, 2009

Browning gets served

Rick Brand - - August 7, 2009

Suffolk Legis. Kate Browning was going door-to-door handling out a letter, but when she stopped at Victor Zalaney’s house she got something in return — court papers.

It turns out that Zalaney is is not only a local civic leader but a process server, and he handed the Shirley lawmaker court papers for giving her notice of a lawsuit aiming to knock her off the September Democratic primary ballot.

Browning on July 31 was giving out a letter to alert the dozen homeowners on the street that she had succeeded in removing troublesome tenants from a badly rundown house on the block. “I know Victor doesn’t support me,” said Browning, “but he’s still a constituent and I have to treat him like anyone else.”

Of the legal notice she said: “It was kind of funny.”

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Browning gets served

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