Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo

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Summary of Integrity Commissioner Report for Action

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WHEREAS Council has reviewed the report from the Integrity Commissioner on the alleged Code of Conduct violation;

AND WHEREAS Council has considered the submissions as provided by Mayor D. Scott and his legal counsel;

AND WHEREAS Council  has considered the content of Councils Code of Conduct;

NOW THEREFORE Council:

1.                  requests a public apology by the Mayor for his conduct on the afternoon of June 25, 2019 to be delivered during a regularly scheduled Council meeting and addressed to Council generally, Councillor McGrath in particular, as well as to RMWB employees.

2.                  issues a public reprimand through this motion passed at a regularly scheduled meeting of Council regarding the Mayors conduct in relation to Councillor McGrath on the afternoon of June 25, 2019.

THAT each of the number items be voted on separately.

Meeting History

Oct 22, 2019 6:00 PM Video Council Meeting

Chief Administrative Officer A. Antoniak read the Summary of Integrity Commissioner Report for Action.

Councillor M. Allen submitted the following for consideration:

“WHEREAS Council has reviewed the report from the Integrity Commissioner on the alleged Code of Conduct violation;

AND WHEREAS Council has considered the submissions as provided by Mayor D. Scott and his legal counsel;

AND WHEREAS Council has considered the content of Council’s Code of Conduct;

NOW THEREFORE Council:

1. requests a public apology by the Mayor for his conduct on the afternoon of June 25, 2019 to be delivered during a regularly scheduled Council meeting and addressed to Council generally, Councillor McGrath in particular, as well as to RMWB employees.

2. issues a public reprimand through this motion passed at a regularly scheduled meeting of Council regarding the Mayor’s conduct in relation to Councillor McGrath on the afternoon of June 25, 2019.

THAT each of the numbered items be voted on separately.”