Nov 23, 2017
Susan Wild Cutting Ties With Pawlowski
Susan Wild announced yesterday that she is resigning as Allentown City Solicitor to devote full time to her run for the 15th Congressional District. “I do not believe the demands of running a congressional campaign allow me to spend the time that is necessary to be an effective city solicitor,” Wild wrote. “I strongly feel that it is unfair to the taxpayers of Allentown for me to collect a salary and benefits for a job to which I will not be able to devote my full attention.”
While Ms. Wild doesn't believe that she can effectively run for congress and perform as solicitor at the same time, apparently Ed Pawlowski thinks that he can be a full time mayor and a federal defendant at the same time. At any rate, he will be pulling down his mayoral salary as he sits in court day after day.
The other day Michael Adams, the former occupant of the Log and Stone House shown above, mentioned Ms. Wild in regard to his eviction from the house. Many people have been upset about his departure, especially since Pawlowski had the gardens ripped out that Mr. Adams had cultivated for a decade. Ms. Wild came on Adams' Facebook page and commented that she had nothing to do with his ouster by the city. I can believe that she wanted to be disassociated from that action, and furthermore, I also believe that she wants to be disassociated from Pawlowski.
Lehigh Parkway Vendetta, the original October post on Adams' eviction