“There are 200 emails that come up in a search,” Askar said. “I would like to make a copy of those emails and provide a packet of those emails to all of the council members.”
Askar didn't specify the content of the emails. He asked that council members keep the emails confidential until the board has an opportunity to determine as a whole what sort of action – whether it be criminal, civil or none – they want to take. A bill for the services is expected to be provided to the borough this week, he said.
Councilwoman Courtney Bartholomew asked if Bit-x-Bit would also provide a report on their findings.
Askar said no final report or statement would be given.
“They were consulted to take the computers and to do a check to see if there were any sort of actions taken by borough employees that were or could be (determined) to be unbecoming of a borough employee,” he said.
Council voted earlier this year to do a review of borough employee computers to determine if any criminality took place. The board also approved a financial audit that hasn't been completed.
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