By Siaria Keller

Political Reporter

Oh politics!  The most fun you can have without going to jail, hmm.  As we approach the next election keep that thought in mind.  ‘Cause it looks like Justice trustee Mary McGee with husband Roy in tow and close friend, candidate John Kozlowski, believe in peeking into your privacy.  Members of the new Coalition Party of Justice, which include Village Voice candidates as well as past and present town officials, have been handed a challenge to their nominating papers vis-à-vis the three sleuths.  The self-styled “pet police” are peering into the dog tag licenses of Coalition candidate Richard Sparr.

Sparr has the impudence to run against Mary and John.  So last week John went on a goose or better yet, dog chase into the records of all candidates opposing his election.  McGee and Kozlowski are looking for dirt on Sparr.  The dirty laundry is really an attempt to drag the candidate into court and make him spend money to stay on his own ballot.  The attorney representing the Coalition is calling the “dog license” challenge political and baseless.   Let’s add some hypocrisy to the threesome.  Minutes before filing “her” nominating papers, trustee Mary McGee paid the late sewer and garbage bill on “her” Justice home.  McGee was 6 months behind.  Got that detective?