By Doug Draper
Posted November 15th, 2017 on Niagara At Large
A motion by Wainfleet councillor Betty Konc, calling on the Ontario government to appoint a supervisor to oversee operations at the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, was deferred by the municipality’s township council this November 14th.
A majority on the council, including Wainfleet Mayor April Jeffs, who is a member of the NPCA’s board of directors, voted to wave aside Konc’s motion until the province’s Auditor General completes and produced the results of an audit on the Conservation Authority – possibly sometime late next year.
More from Niagara At Large on this development and what it may mean for those campaigning for change at the NPCA later. Stay Tuned.
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