At a recent presentation of Cornwall mayoral candidates, one candidate (O’Shaughnessy) advised the audience that administration had not followed council’s directives.
The incumbent mayor replied that administration people were of high character . . . and he said that at a time when the public is reading news media reports about how City of Cornwall senior administration personnel treated nurse Diane Shay and nurse Julie Johnston who committed the crime of following the letter of the law as spelled out in Bill 168.
How do citizens reconcile the incumbent mayor’s assertion that attests to the fine character of city administrators while at the same time we have public access to the outcome of a court case involving Cornwall administration personnel that tells us a different story ???
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