Gibraltar's food truck lawsuit tab over $4,700

The town of Gibraltar has spent over $4,700 in legal fees in its fight with White Cottage Red Door over its food truck. The business filed the lawsuit against the Town of Gibraltar on October 9th, claiming its ban on food trucks was unconstitutional. Through an open records request last month, learned the town has been billed just over $4,700 for 24 hours of work by a Milwaukee-based law firm. The document with redactions includes charges for sent emails, phone calls, and case review.  Earlier this month, Door County Circuit Court set the date for a telephone scheduling conference and a motion hearing for February 1st. Previous requests for comment from Town Chairperson Richard Skare have been denied. 


Click on the link to see the invoice for services provided for the Town of Gibraltar:

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