Harrisburg Controller Dan Miller is objecting to the confirmed Harrisburg “Strong Plan,” but his letter and financial analysis have not been recorded by the Commonwealth Court.
The chief clerk's office said no objections have been filed in the case.
"Then they removed it for a technical reason," he said today.
Jim Koval, communications manager for the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts, said it was not a technical issue, but rather a practice of the court in why Miller’s objection was not placed on the docket.
“It wasn’t denied. It was sent to his attorney for action,” he said.
He said Miller’s attorney attempted to file a pro se motion, which means advocating on one’s own behalf before a court.
“You can’t represent yourself and have an attorney in the same matter,” Koval said.
Miller said he expects to deliver the objection again today.