Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "One Potato.Two Potato, Three Potato, Four":
To 7:40pm – I saw that
letter too and was a bit surprised.
She states that “Some questions need
to be answered!” and goes on to list and ask “Why…”, “Why…” and “Who..” and ends
with “If this Council wants to provide those they serve with an open and
transparent government, why was this lawsuit hidden from the public for over
Who is she asking to find out the answers - The Auroran
readers? She’s a Councillor for ________ sake – isn’t she in the best position
to find out? What’s she doing throwing up her arms in defeat and asking the
public to do her job? If she’s so concerned, shouldn’t she be doing her job and
getting to the bottom of things – what was she elected for – or does she want
others to do her job? Shouldn’t she be answering her own questions and ending
the letter with “on behalf of the citizens of Aurora I’m going to get the
answers?” or “I’ve tried my best to get the answers but they are just not
She seems to want to stir the pot (in the court of public
opinion as to how the Council isn’t doing it’s job or potentially not doing
their job) and yet take no responsibility for doing her own job?
wrong in this?
No, you are not wrong. Nobody has a better position to get answers than a Councillor.
I've found it difficult on occasion but I've certainly never appealed to the public for help.
In matters of litigation,Councillors have an obligation to protect the municipality. It means we often have to keep things to ourselves we would really, really like to talk about.
For the same reason ,I am not going to talk about a lawsuit against the municipality by a cab owner who lost licences to operate.
Except to say, the hearing took minutes and was dismsissed with costs against the appellant.