Editorial’s implication is most unfortunate
I BELIEVE what you have said in your editorial comment piece regarding Lord Mayor Lisa Scaffidi is most unfortunate, particularly as you cast it as "Ms Scaffidi has stood strong".
That the CCC report is unlikely to swing the election for various reasons is hardly the point.
It is not the hallmark of a "good leader" to say "she would make the same decision again" when she has been found guilty of serious misconduct.
Your column seems to condone serious misconduct by elected officials. That is most unfortunate as it implies it is not serious if you can get away with it. Bruce Haynes, Deputy Mayor, Town of Claremont. Mayor has stood strong”, Western Opinion, October 13).
Of course, Lisa Scaffidi must be re-elected; who better represents the self-serving ideology that typifies civic and political life in Australia? Why, it’s almost like we have our very own Bronwyn Bishop.
Moreover, who do you fancy for the Town of Cambridge local government elections or are you maintaining a dignified journalistic impartiality in this instance?
On another topic altogether,