The Cowichan Valley is not alone in the world of political dysfunction. It appears that Nanaimo is giving them a run for their money.
What is good news is that the elected folks are pushing back. Andrew Duffy filed this report, published in today’s Times Colonist.
Seven of Nanaimo’s eight city councillors have released a statement explaining in more detail why they have called for the resignation of Mayor Bill McKay.
In a letter sent to the Times Colonist, councillors Jim Kipp, Bill Bestwick, Jerry Hong, Wendy Pratt, Ian Thorpe, Bill Yoachim and Gord Fuller said McKay’s attendance record and treatment of the city’s chief administrative officer, Tracy Samra, have forced their hand.