Dubois first spoke to mayor
information in the opinion of other council members. When this was stated as an argument for proceeding with sanctions, it was pointed out that Council was therefore guilty of allowing Councillors to breach confidentiality without consequence if what he said was true.
Mr. Stratton reports that as of December 13th, the Mayor has failed to have any contact with him. Stratton intends to contact the Mayor early this week in regard to whether he will face consequences for the breach. According to Mr. Stratton, he denies having breached confidentiality in the past and maintains this particular instance was a misunderstanding to which he admitted willingly when he was asked by council.
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from page 4 the choir section, the square chair near the altar, the lectern that is used to read the lessons and the three stained glass windows. It is so interesting to hear how dedicated people were to the church community and to be able to see traces of our past congregations within our church today.
The congregation of St. George’s may not be large today but its dedicated congregation works hard to keep the traditions and memories of the former parishioners alive while working for the future of the church.
Plans will be forthcoming for the year of 2014 to celebrate 100 years of worship at St. George’s Anglican Church, Main St., Ayer’s Cliff....what an exciting time that will be!