A mayoral candidate is accusing city council of breaching democracy.
Daniel Dromarsky has made the city’s sale of EPCOR without public consultation a focal point of his platform. His controversial claims refer to the city’s 2009 sale of EPCOR assets.
“It’s important that the city constantly invests in things that create cash ... (otherwise) we have to rely on the citizens to create cash.” he said yesterday. “Citizens should not pay the heavy burden of carrying the book for the city.”
Dromarsky suggests, if elected, he would change the currently used public consultation processes to focus more on the opinions of the citizens.
“I think it’s important that everyone shares their opinions. On Oct. 18, you have the ability to elect, but you also have the ability to fire.”
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