UPDATE: TDub posts the attorney's letter.
UPDATE: Nancy Vaughan says, "I have a legal duty to vote as described by the general statute. I no longer have a financial interest in this project."
She says GSO interim attorney Tom Pollard rendered an opinion after researching the issue, and that the statutes on councilmember voting are very specific.
Vaughan says she doesn't know how she'll vote, but she thinks the process to date has been "amateurish" and needs further deliberation.
Also, she says she's been told there's a move to bring Waste Industries back into the discussion in order to keep her from voting. (Me talking: For the rump majority to reverse itself for such a naked political ploy would be shocking, even after all we've seen.)
Joe reports that Nancy Vaughan may be allowed to vote in the next round of landfill maneuvering. Kind of a big deal if it pans out.