February 14, 2012
Council won't appeal reinstatement of White Sulphur mayor
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The White Sulphur Springs City Council isn't going to challenge a judge's ruling that reinstated Mayor Thomas Taylor.

WVVA-TV said council members voted unanimously Monday night to not appeal the decision.

A Greenbrier County judge ordered Taylor's reinstatement on Feb. 3. The ruling came two days after an investigation cleared him of allegations that he viewed pornographic materials on a city computer.

Taylor had resigned last September and then sought reinstatement. He claimed city officials pressured him to quit.

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