Facebook not the problem

The Spyware Scandal was by far more damaging to Saanich’s reputation than comments on mayor's Facebook page

I sat through last Monday night’s council meeting in its entirety.

Councillors seemed most concerned about Saanich’s reputation. Fair enough. So, are there any other issues where Saanich’s reputation is questionable?  I could come up with quite a list at this point. And they have nothing to do with a Facebook page, but rather with council’s actions at various times.

During the public comment portion of the meeting, one woman got up and noted that the Spyware Scandal was by far more damaging to Saanich’s reputation, and asked how many of the above-noted concerned councillors had apologized to the mayor over their comments and behaviour during that time, when the Privacy Commissioner completely vindicated the mayor’s concerns. The silence was deafening. I think that sums things up.

Karen Harper

Saanich

 

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