JACKSON-With two major lawsuits pending against the township from Agudath Israel of America and by a group of residents suing the township over the Adventure Crossings complex, township attorney Jean Cipriani has resigned from the town’s appointed law firm Gilmore & Monahan.
It is unclear as to whether the township will continue to retain Cipriani or replace the lawyer with another member of the firm. That choice now lies with Jackson Mayor Michael Reina and the township council. Her replacement is not listed on Tuesday night’s council agenda meeting minutes.
Cipriani, a partner in the firm, said her decision to leave the firm was not an easy one, but one she felt she had to make.