Niagara’s Regional Chair Should Have No Business Calling Shots In CAO Hiring Probe

In the interest of openness and transparency, and freedom from any party that may have a conflict of interest, Caslin should not be requesting anything with respect to this matter except for Carmen D’Angelo’s resignation. @NiagaraAtLarge #Niagara #NiagaraRegion

Niagara At Large

Investigation In To Alleged Irregularities Around Hiring Of CAO Carmen D’Angelo Must Be As Independent As Possible

A News Commentary by Niagara At Large reporter and publisher Doug Draper

Posted April 11th, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Okay, let me try to put what  I am about to say as bluntly as I can without restoring  any of the seven words George Carlin once warned against ever  using on television.

Niagara regional chair Al Caslin should keep his nose out of the CAO hiring contrsoversy

That’s my pledge to keep my language as clean as possible. So with that and three deep breaths, here I go –

There is no damn way in a fair and just world that Niagara regional chair Al Caslin or anyone else who had anything directly to do with the selection of candidates for the Region’s top staff position of Chief Administrative…

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Author: Emily Spanton

Candidate, City of #StCatharines for #NiagaraRegion Council Twitter: @WhatDoesntKillU Facebook: Contact:

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