I guess we're all supposed to wait with bated breath for the Mayor's report on the Toronto Computer Leasing Inquiry (which was released in September of 2005).
Just what we need, a report on a report that we can table for further study and debate. At the rate things move in Windsor this should move to the head of the agenda sometime late in 2008, if we're lucky.
As I stated in yesterday's post, this is something that should not focus on the Mayor exclusively.
All it takes is six Councillors with a commitment to ending the culture of secrecy. Current contact information for Windsor Councillors can be found here.
Make sure your voice is heard.
Update: From Saturday's Windsor Star (subscribers only)
Council meeting's legality questionedUpdate 2: From Saturday's Windsor Star - Main Editorial
Windsor council probably broke the law by holding a five-hour, closed-door workshop to discuss city priorities over the next four years, a university professor said Friday.
City council: What constitutes a 'meeting'
Published: Saturday, December 16, 2006
It's crystal clear transparency isn't a strategic priority for Windsor Mayor Eddie Francis and the newly constituted council. Neither, it seems, is honouring campaign promises to conduct the public's business in public.