Orangeville’s tourism facility to cost $500,000, 42% higher than was estimated:
It is still very reasonable priced,” Adams said, referring to tourism as an economic driver.
Whole raft of articles on Orangeville (aka Citrusville) Police Service costing tax payers money with lawsuits, wrongful dismissals, human rights complaints, citizen lawsuits, wrongful death and of course union settlements for retroactive wages that were denied to some officers with disabilities etc.
Orangeville taxpayers on the hook again
“The decision to save money at the expense of these three disabled employees was not consistent with the aim of the Human Rights Code to protect the dignity and worth of every person,” Stephens wrote.
Then the payouts for senior civil servants being dismissed.
Then the fire truck crash, allegedy by a close family member of the Mayor-which one would presume that is the reason the OPP were called in, instead of the Mayor’s crack police force doing the investigation. Might be unseemly to have a member of police service board’s relative investigated by the police service. Wonder how much the OPP charge for this kinda thing?
Maybe the Orangeville Police Service could drum up some extra cash, if on duty OPS officers weren’t handing out their own business cards while on duty to do training by their own personal business that the OPS should be doing as part of the community outreach (and paid for by Orangeville tax $$).
Wow, at this rate Robbing Adams, Mayor of Orangeville is going to have to sell that railway twice, or maybe even three times. Once just ain’t gonna do it.