Accused of selling prescriptions to undercover agents, Madison Councilman Vincent Esposito's future on the governing body and his position as the school district's physician remain uncertain.
Board of Education President Lisa Ellis told Patch on Saturday that Superintendent Michael Rossi will consider if Esposito should be removed from his role with the district.
When asked Friday about how the second-degree charges of distribution of a controlled dangerous substance and conspiracy would impact Esposito's position on the council, Borough Attorney Joe Mezzacca said he could not immediately say for sure.
“I cannot answer that,” Mezzacca said. “Certainly, it’s not a good thing.”
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