ASHEVILLE A privatemeeting this week between Buncombe County commissioners and a high profile Asheville defense lawyer may have been illegal, cheap Air max a state press association attorney said.Though he has not been retained by the county, attorney Sean Devereux met with commissioners Tuesday in a closed session, cheap jordans from china with Chairman Brownie Newman citing a state statute that allows the private meeting to preserve attorney client privilege.But commissioners can only go into a closed session to get legal advice from a retained lawyer, said Amanda Martin, cheap Air max general counsel for the North Carolina Press Association.”If he isn’t representing the public body, then there can be no attorney client relationship, thus no attorney client justification for a closed session,” Martin said.Devereux’smeeting with commissioners comes as a federal investigation looks into former county manager Wanda Greene, a probe on which both Buncombe administration and cheap yeezys elected officials have said little.County Attorney Michael Frue disagreed with Martin, saying it wasa strict interpretation of the statute. He said the county has yet to officially retain Devereux and hasnot received a bill for the Tuesday meeting.The county may hire Devereux in the future, Frue said.”Sean was asked to go there to discuss possible processes and responses regarding a potential legal matter,” he said. Attorney’s office for county documents and law enforcement interviews of county employees.in “a number of complex federal investigations, representing both governmental entities and individual public employees,” Devereux said.He said their meeting Tuesday was at the request of several commissioners.Greene’s son, Michael Greene, resigned from his county job as business intelligence manager the same day the investigation was confirmed..

Match Report: Coventry 13 Ealing Trailfinders 37COVENTRY stumbled out of the starting blocks as National League One favourites Ealing underlined the extent of the task ahead if they are to mount a realistic challenge.00:00, 3 SEP 2012Updated18:39, 25 APR 2013COVENTRY stumbled out of the starting blocks as National League One favourites Ealing underlined the extent of the task ahead if they are to mount a realistic challenge.With ten new faces from last season, there were clearly a few cases of first day nerves in front of an expectant Butts Park Arena crowd as Cov struggled to match the cohesion of an Ealing side containing a dozen of the starting XV from when the two met in London in April.And as Ealing showed that they now have the makings of a pack to fully complement their free scoring backs, Cov had no platform from the scrum where they were under pressure from the off.First half injuries to prop Bronson Ross, who aggravated a pre season calf problem which contributed to Ealings first ten points from scrum situations, and influential centre Luke Myring, who lasted to half time before giving way to a shoulder injury which had put his participation in doubt up to the kick off, did nothing to help the cause. But with the possession they did have, Cov generally lacked the cutting edge or guile to penetrate a well organised defence with wingers Ben Toft and James Whybrow seeing little of the ball in attacking positions.Brett Daynes and Matt Tibbatts gave their usual tireless performances in the back row, while Greg Evans worked hard at centre and replacement scrum half Lewis Barker injected some late pace into Covs attack.But, all in all, it was certainly not the start Cov would have wished for and cheap jordan shoes has left them with plenty to work on before Saturdays visit to Cinderford a ground where they have failed to score a point in the last two seasons.Cliffie Hodgson missed a long range penalty attempt for Cov after two minutes of patient building which promised much, but when Covs scrum went down at the first set piece Tom Wheatcroft kicked Ealing in front and the centre then converted when a succession of penalties and close in scrums led to a pushover try touched down by Sam Shires.Cov posted a swift reply, Rob Dugard forcing his way over and Hodgson converting after Ealing made a mess of a 22 drop out, but Cov immediately put themselves back under pressure by failing to secure the restart and another scrum saw Peter Hodgkinson cross on the left for the second away try.Hodgson missed another penalty chance, and Ealing went further ahead just before the break when Cov overthrew a line out just outside their 22 and scrum half Morgan Thompson snapped up the loose ball to race over for a try which Wheatcroft converted.Hodgson opened the second half with a successful penalty, but it was wiped out straight away by an unconverted score from Owen Bruynseels which gave Ealing their four try bonus point.Hodgson and Wheatcroft exchanged penalties, and it was Ealing who fittingly had the final word when Phil Chesters chased down a chip to the left corner from Ben Ward, who then added the conversion.Coventry: try Dugard (19); conversion Hodgson (20); penalties Hodgson 2 (43, 58). Ealing: tries Shires (15), Hodgkinson (24), Thompson (39), Bruynseels (45), Chesters (77); conversions Wheatcroft 2 (16, 40), Ward (78); penalties Wheatcroft 2 (6, 63).Coventry: Russell; Toft, Evans, Myring (Tom Harris h t), cheap Air max Whybrow: Hodgson, Jones (Barker 73); Steenkamp, McGregor (Price 50), Ross (Dugard 16), Wright (Poole 64), Morgan (captain), cheap Air max Daynes, Munro, Tibbatts..