Daniel McCaw v. Charter Township of Waterford, et al
Per Curiam OPINION filed: AFFIRMED, decision not for publication. Richard F. Suhrheinrich, Circuit Judge; Ronald Lee Gilman, Circuit Judge and David W. McKeague, Circuit Judge.
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File Name: 17a0421n.06
Case No. 16-2314
UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS
FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF WATERFORD,
Jul 20, 2017
DEBORAH S. HUNT, Clerk
ON APPEAL FROM THE
UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE EASTERN
DISTRICT OF MICHIGAN
BEFORE: SUHRHEINRICH, GILMAN, and McKEAGUE, Circuit Judges.
PER CURIAM. Plaintiff-appellant Daniel McCaw is the former Chief of Police in
Waterford Township. In March 2015, his employment was terminated when the Township’s
Police and Fire Pension Board, upon application of the Waterford Township Board of Trustees,
voted to retire him under provisions of state law because he had reached the age of 60 years.
McCaw commenced this action against the Township and its Trustees, asserting several claims
under federal and state law. The district court issued a 30-page opinion in August 2016,
awarding summary judgment in favor of defendants and disposing of all claims.
In this appeal, McCaw challenges only the court’s ruling on his claim that the manner of
his termination violated his right to procedural due process. We review the summary judgment
ruling de novo and, having duly considered McCaw’s appellate arguments, we find that they
Case No. 16-2314, McCaw v. Charter Township of Waterford
merely rehash arguments fully and properly disposed of by the district court. The district court’s
opinion represents a well-reasoned and proper application of the law to the record facts.
McCaw’s arguments fail to identify any error. Concluding that our opinion explicitly addressing
his arguments would be entirely duplicative, we hereby AFFIRM the judgment of the district
court based on the analysis set forth in its opinion.
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