Dubois first spoke to mayor

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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!

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