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New dress code for Vaughan city staff

<p>No more flip-flops, stirrup pants or plunging necklines on the job for Vaughan’s municipal employees. City council yesterday adopted a new dress code for city staff, officially banning attire deemed to be inappropriate or fashionably questionable, such as vinyl, tube tops, miniskirts and ill-fitting clothes.</p>




No more flip-flops, stirrup pants or plunging necklines on the job for Vaughan’s municipal employees. City council yesterday adopted a new dress code for city staff, officially banning attire deemed to be inappropriate or fashionably questionable, such as vinyl, tube tops, miniskirts and ill-fitting clothes.



The new standards don’t apply to the council or the mayor, said Mayor Linda Jackson.



Those who flout the guidelines won’t be punished, but they may be rebuked by their supervisor "in a diplomatic way," said city solicitor Janice Atwood-Petkovski.



 
 
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