Lots of blame to go around
As I opened the paper I was just floored reading the story about a visitor to P.E.I. (former Islander) giving the staff at the Souris town hall a hard time over glass on the beach.
If the staff can’t deal with it they showed have phoned the RCMP right away. But I do believe the staff should receive an apology verbally and a letter to each and every person that was there when this happened.
Glass on the beaches are nothing new, anywhere a person can’t control the current. More people have to take it upon them selves to pick glass up if they see it.
What floored me in this article is that the Mayor of Souris David MacDonald, needs training in how to open his mouth properly.
Today we are trying to educate front line staff, individuals in mental health and being appropriate when dealing with irate individuals. The RCMP then deal with what they need to do with the individual.
The Mayor had no right to say what he did in the paper. I do believe now that the mayor could be getting a complaint from this individual to the council, on discipline measures. And maybe more. Nancy Riley,