Gillis continues to ‘flog a dead horse’
Coun. Anne Marie Gillis has, I believe, become the “toxic” element in Sarnia City Hall, and she pours poison into the ears of any who listen.
Mayor Mike Bradley won his position by a landslide, an indication that the majority of voters desire his leadership and are fed up with Gillis’s campaign to drag him through the mud.
As adults we recognize that some personalities clash in the workplace. Obviously this was the case with the last council. Rather than deal with it as adults, they decided to use the law to bully the mayor. There is no other word for their actions.
They cut the mayor off from communicating directly with council. They suspended his pay. And in true Donald Trump fashion, they built an actual wall around him.
Bit of overkill don’t you think? They could have accepted his apology and got on with work. But no – and how much did all this nonsense cost the taxpayers?
And now, using the bitterness at her poor showing at the polls, Gillis continues to flog a dead horse.
It’s a new day Coun. Gillis. Let bygones be bygones and let us and our new city council get down to the business of running Sarnia with fresh faces, new ideas and shed the animosity you keep trying to generate. Shelby Sim Sarnia