Con­duct ques­tions

Avon Valley Gazette - - NEWS -

From page 9 “I have com­plete con­fi­dence that staff in­volved in this mat­ter acted law­fully, with in­tegrity and in the best in­ter­ests of the com­mu­nity at all times.”

How­ever, Hovea res­i­dent David Mat­tock said he be­lieved staff had breached the Shire’s code of con­duct.

“When I asked a ques­tion in Fe­bru­ary, Mr Throssell said there has not and will not be any ac­tion taken against staff as there is no breach of code of con­duct,” he said.

“Clearly, the CEO has a one- sided view on this mat­ter.

“Mr Throssell only needs to read the tran­scripts of the first and the sec­ond trial to know that there is no ques­tion that the ac­tions of some em­ploy­ees have dam­aged the rep­u­ta­tion of the Shire, which is a breach of the Code in it­self.

“We need coun­cil to au­tho­rise some­one im­par­tial to in­ves­ti­gate this mat­ter.”

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