Citizen Files Complaint to Stop Delivery of Baltimore Examiner

november 6, 2006  11:59 am
A local attorney is seeking a restraining order to halt unwanted delivery of the free-commuter daily to his home, the Baltimore Sun reports. While Joel L. Levin is the first to take legal action, the woes of residents attempting to stanch the flow of Examiners were recounted in an earlier Baltimore City Paper article. Examiner Publisher Michael Phelps responded to the suit this weekend with an open letter that acknowledged the complaints and conceded that "for Mr. Levin and a small handful of residents, our service has not been perfect."