Some Big Heads Are Reportedly Rolling At Niagara Region

Niagara At Large Will Report More Details On This When We Receive Official Confirmation from the Region

A Brief Report from Niagara At Large reporter and publisher        Doug Draper

Posted December 17th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

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Less than two weeks after the swearing in of Niagara’s new Regional Chair Jim Bradley and Council, there are reports on social media this December 17th that individuals in key senior positions in the regional government have been  let go.

At least five individuals have apparently been shown the door this December 17th in what appears to be a major shake-up at the senior level. Due to the seriousness of an action  like this for peoples’ reputation and lives, Niagara At Large will not be identifying anyone who has reportedly been let go until we have received official confirmation from the Region.

Having said that, an action of this nature should not come as a surprise given the growing number of questions and concerns members of the public, some members of the regional council and others have raised about the way business has been conducted at the regional government level, at least going back to the October, 2016 hiring of CAO Carmen D’Angelo.

Niagara At Large will have much more on these developments when we receive confirmation on the number and identity of those who were reportedly let go this December 17th.

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