After a “Hail Mary” play by Sandy Annunziata to try and use a 24-year old Order In Council to try and control the NPCA appointment process was deflated by the Ministry of Environment, the new Regional Council sworn in today went ahead and turfed Annunziata and the previous NPCA Board.

Regional Council appointed 12 new representatives, one from each municipality to act as an interim board at the NPCA for a period of 3 months.  In that time the interim board will determine how their municipalities will be represented on the NPCA for the remainder of the 4-year term.

You can read more in Allan Benner’s article here: