Michael Ryan in The Daily Mail reports that
Windham Town Supervisor Stacy Post pled guilty to disorderly conduct, in a case where she was indicted twice for using recording devices in the town hall. Post was indicted on four felony counts of eavesdropping, official misconduct, and one misdemeanor count of possession of eavesdropping devices, a second set of charges after the first was thrown out by a judge. Columbia County Supreme Court Judge Richard Mott dismissed the four felony counts of eavesdropping and the possession of eavesdropping devices charges, with the official misconduct charge reduced to disorderly conduct, a violation. In all, Post was fined $220. Post, according to the court papers, “did knowingly and unlawfully fail to post written notice that the Windham town supervisor’s office was under video and audio surveillance on individuals meeting with one another without their knowledge or consent.” Post lost a re-election campaign in November. Read the full story in The Daily Mail.