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By JENNIFER RAYMOND
The case of the city of Rockwood against the estate of the late Howard Butler, former city recorder and judge, has finally come to an end.
After a little more than six years of battling, city officials have decided to settle for about $27,000.
“The amount of money left in the estate is very minimal,” Mayor Mike “Brillo” Miller said.
The city sued the estate after half a million dollars worth of city money was allegedly stolen by Butler.
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