Can the pile get any higher under the carpet?
Despite speculation over the timing and reasons behind his sudden resignation from
the city -- just weeks before the release of his fleet audit -- Dunbar did not want to comment on his reasons for leaving the job Dec. 31.
"I would rather not," he said. "I'm concerned anything I may say will negatively impact getting an auditor general. It's more important to get that in place."
The question is, what else is coming down the highway?I'm not usually a conspiracy theorist, but something is starting to smell here. H/T to Mr. Dunbar for pushing this issue forward.
The next battle is going to be who and how we pick a Windsor Auditor General. The composition and mandate of that particular committee will tell you much about politics in Windsor.