Cornwall Ontario – Unlike Cornwall’s vote both South Stormont and South Glengarry voters sent a message that change was desired; chiefly fiscal change. In South Stormont this is chiefly ironic as Cornwall CAO Maureen Adams and many Sunshine list decision makers in Cornwall reside in the township. IE, they don’t support the #taxrape and corruption that is ongoing in the River City where they live.
They may love their feuds in the counties as much as Cornwall does, but they clearly do not like high taxes.
In South Stormont a return of Bryan McGillis to the Mayor’s seat and Cindy Woods to council will probably be mean a return to more transparency, more actual development, less tax mayhem, and rumbles are that their CAO may be for the chop.
In South Glengarry, after the debacle and public criticism of their CAO and By Law poobah, seeing Frank Prevost and Lyle Warden filling the two main seats all but seals those two gentlemen’s fate.
Like most politicians the first 100 days of office is the realm of making bold statements in leadership and direction.
What do you dear CFN viewer think will happen? You can post your comments below.