"The reality is Ken Runion bears some responsibility for Murley," Redlich said on Friday, March 13. "We want the town governed well."
Runion said he did everything in his power to address the situation.
"As soon as an issue is brought to my attention about Mr. Murley, I took action," Runion said. "I believe that I did whatever was in my power."
Redlich accused Runion of contradicting himself, claiming Runion stated in February that he anticipated a decline in sales tax, while in November, stated it was on the rise.
Runion said, though, changes in the economy account for the discrepancy.
Runion revisited the idea of not running for re-election due to the distracting nature of the political scuff.
"I've been thinking about it long and hard. I owe the residents more. I really need to focus on my job," Runion said. "[The Republicans] will do anything and everything to get control."
Redlich said he is not planning to run for Supervisor, although has thought about it.
"If Mark [Grimm] is running, I am supporting Mark," Redlich said.