- Shant Fabricatorian
- Thursday, 5 November 2009
Unacceptable and unbecoming
I agree with the comments in Michael Gormly’s article, “Oh lord, it’s high farce in the corridors of power” (October 22). The Deputy Lord Mayor squabble was unbecoming! Certain behaviour was unacceptable and I apologise to City of Sydney constituents.
Cr Marcelle Hoff, Independent Councillor, City of Sydney
Claims by City of Sydney Council that complaints against Councillor Mallard must be in received in writing are incorrect, as I lodged a complaint by email which was accepted.
With suggestions the Lord Mayor also breached Council’s Code of Conduct, it’s clear donations are cause for concern and should be abolished.
Stuart Baanstra, Alexandria
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