Sep 10, 2012 12:47 PM by Lauren Molenburg
BOULDER (AP) - A longtime critic of the Boulder City Council says he does not have the energy to follow through with a lawsuit against the city for trying to obtain a permanent restraining order against him, and instead plans to move out of Colorado.
Seth Brigham tells The Daily Camera that while the city lost its bid for a protection order, the four-month fight over the request took a toll on his physical and mental health. The 30-year-old says he had a nervous breakdown and is "99 percent" sure he will move closer to friends in Wisconsin by early November.
Boulder received a temporary restraining order in May and unsuccessfully sought to make it permanent to keep Brigham away from council meetings. The request said he was a threat to public officials.
Information from: Daily Camera
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