The saga surrounding Robert Bateman High in Burlington continues!
First, off we look at the Aird & Berlis report clearing the City Council of wrongdoing in the Shawna Stolte disciplinary matter. While technically they are in the right, there is a big caveat regarding whether or not they should keep going with how they have been acting so far. Roland lays out a big criticism of the city council that still lingers over the whole affair.
Then after the break, Joel looks at the city finally getting around to asking for public input on the purchase of Robert Bateman High. Only there isn’t a lot more information than what is out there already. How are people supposed to make an informed decision when they don’t have all the facts. Namely an estimate of the cost to the public treasury. While technically this is a public consultation, it is the bare minimum of one in our opinion. We discuss it.
***NOTE*** On this episode we had some technical issues with the recording and so the quality is not up to our usual standard. We did not have time to re-record the episode and so we had to make do.
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