‘What made her quit?’
With the by-election to replace Amber Dunn on council, it would be enlightening to know in more detail exactly why she suddenly resigned.
The small article which appeared in the paper gave but the sparest picture of what made her quit.
Surely ratepayers are entitled to a fuller explanation, as indeed are those who may be considering putting themselves forward as candidates.
The few words Ms Dunn gave hinted at something unwholesome in the council — something she was not prepared to endure.
I do not like the curtain of silence which has been drawn over this resignation. What is it we are not being told?
Meantime, I wish Ms Dunn all the best for her future.
To those considering standing, I suggest it is high time to put aside personal crusades on non-council matters.
The wellbeing of the local ratepayer is the most important thing, and taking a hard look at what the ratepayer can sustainably afford — especially in these Covid times. “Back to Basics and Budgeting.”