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MURRAY HARBOUR, P.E.I. — A Murray Harbour councillor who put up an indication on his property that referred to as the invention of mass graves at former residential faculties a “hoax” and referred to as for the redemption of “Sir John A’s integrity” has allegedly refused to apologize or resign.
Terry White, mayor of Murray Harbour, advised SaltWire on Oct. 6 that he met with Coun. John Robertson about resigning however the councillor has declined, saying it’s a ‘CBC agender.’
White stated, “He has his opinion on it, I had my very own opinion on it, only a bunch of gibberish.”
The mayor stated Robertson’s opinion doesn’t signify the views of different councillors or himself. The mayor and different council members will likely be assembly the night of Oct. 6, to debate and signal a petition to start a third-party investigation into the violation of the code of conduct.
“He’s a councillor and he’s imagined to be held to a better customary.”
Robertson can be allowed in council conferences pending the outcomes of the investigation however faces as much as a $500 positive and 6 months’ suspension, White stated.
“I am very, very mad about it,” stated White. “I do not agree together with his ideas on it. And, I imply, no one in our village even thinks like that. I do not know the place he is developing with these things.”
Calls from SaltWire to Robertson’s quantity weren’t returned.