Council votes to get rid of Collingwood Public Utilities Service Board………..


Tonight in a special council meeting Bob Madigan proved to all of us naysayers that there might be some substance behind this boy yet.
In a shocking 5 – 3 vote (Tim Fryer declared conflict) Cooper, Edwards, Lloyd voted for the status quo. They also voted to negotiate a new shared services agreement.
What this means in laymen’s terms folks is the party is finally over at Collus and the way your electricity and water services are delivered to you is about to drastically change.
For various reasons Cooper should have declared a conflict not least of which is she is on the Board of Directors of Collus PowerStream. She did not, so expect another complaint to the integrity commissioner. This one is pretty much a slam dunk so I hope someone dishes back to this group a little of their own medicine.

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2 thoughts on “Council votes to get rid of Collingwood Public Utilities Service Board………..

  1. Why would Tim declare conflict and Sandra not? Interesting for sure. Good move for Bob. Regardless, the right decision was made, thankfully. Cheers to that!

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