If you have been wondering what ever happened to the $18 Million lawsuit against the former Mayor, Bob Bentley, and two of his co-defendants regarding the Biodigester, then you might be interested in this latest episode of the “Hydro Files”. The Ombudsman’s report and Council discussion of lawyers back in April, helped put together some pieces of that puzzle.Continue reading
Council was back in session on Monday night to take in, discuss and “debate” the Ombudsman’s report. It was an interesting meeting to say the least… if you did not watch or do not want to watch, here is a long post of highlights from the meeting.Continue reading
Monday night means Council night, but not just any ordinary meeting but a “Special Meeting” of Council. The meeting for tomorrow (April 25, 2022) was called to allow more time to digest and discuss a recent “report” from the Ombudsman that was included in last Monday’s agenda.Continue reading
As mentioned in our previous post, a petition requesting the Province look into recent actions of Grimsby CAO Mr. Harry Schlange, is now gaining steam in the media. Local talk-radio station CKTB had an interview this morning with Grimsby resident Mark Kossek, who started the petition which has garnered nearly 1,000 signatures to date.Continue reading
In this installment, which we hope might be the last, of the “Hydro Files” we will take a look at the Ontario Ombudsman’s investigations in Grimsby, not once but twice, into some “secret meetings” involving hydro matters held by the Town and the secret hydro empire it controls.
Lincoln Mayor Sandra Easton is not shying away from the sorry state of politics at the Region, including the controversial “hiring” of Regional CAO Carmen D’Angelo.
Easton who was a member of the CAO selection committee is now speaking out and saying that her four years at the Region and the “backroom dealing” there has left her “disgusted”.
After being raked over the coals by the Ombudsman over the illegal seizure and ejection of media from a meeting last year, Regional Council looks like it’s trying to make amends. Did we mention it’s election season?
As Council will be taking a break for a month (next meeting is July 17th) there seemed to be a lot of ground covered and a packed audience to go along with the proceedings. The agenda and following discussions were definitely a mixed bag of treats.
Well, Council was back in session on Monday night and to say the least it was quite the interesting meeting.
As always, we are happy to provide notes to get you up to speed with what went down at Council.
Council is once again back in session on Monday June 5th, 2017 and what’s on the agenda (and what is not) could make for a very interesting meeting.
All Council meetings are held at Grimsby Town Hall, 160 Livingston Avenue. Proceedings commence at 7PM and all members of the public are welcome and encouraged to attend.