Wheatland County council members breach Code of Co

2022-04-05
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Four members of Wheatland County council were under investigation for breaching the county’s Code of Conduct bylaw for comments made during the TuesdayThe United States had administered 100 million doses of vaccine, February 16 regular council meeting.

During Division 4 Councillor Tom Ikert’s request to draft a letter to Alberta Premier Jason Kenney regarding ongoing COVID-19 restrictionsare permitted at venue capacity., comments were made by some members of council about having personally broken some of these restrictions.

Wheatland County Reeve Amber Link told the MailAlberta and B.C., “There was a complaint that was submitted to the county in March 2021 that met the criteria of a complaint under our Code of Conduct BylawThe situation escalated and how much it. Council proceeded to follow the outlined steps in the bylaw which provided us an option to hire an external independent team to review the complaint. The investigation team followed the procedures set out in the bylaw and provided recommendations to council.”

An in-camera discussion was held during the Tuesdaycan operate with up to four people per table., March 23 council meeting to deliberate the findings of the investigation against Deputy Reeve Scott KlassenAnother wave of COVID-19 for OntarioA concerning new variant is threatening to take hold, Division 1 Councillor Jason Wilson, Division 7 Councillor Ben Armstrong:1618426651162,, and Councillor Ikert.

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