In response to two women who called for Rod Armstrong to resign this week — Armstrong said he isn't going anywhere.
"I was elected to do a job by the taxpayers, and I am going to do just that," Armstrong was quoted as saying on Ohio.com.
During , Molly Emery and Mary (Beth) Haas asked Armstrong to resign. Read their full statements here:
This was the first meeting since Armstrongfor what he said was an illegal executive session — .
Armstrong's lawyer thinks he has a strong case and said if his client wins, .
to the lawsuit. Also, during the Sept. 10 meeting, the board approved changing a clerical error made by the treasurer in the minutes of the Aug. 13 meeting.