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Joint Statement of the City of Brampton and Susan Fennell

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Published on May 07, 2015 with No Comments

BRAMPTON, ON: At its meeting on May 6, 2015, Brampton City Council repealed Resolution C294-
2014, which was passed by the former Council on November 12, 2014 (the “Resolution”).
Following this action, former Mayor Susan Fennell, through her legal counsel, has agreed to consent to
a dismissal of her judicial review application challenging the Resolution and other resolutions passed
on November 12, 2014.
Brampton Mayor Linda Jeffrey said: “The past Council established a final and binding dispute
arbitration process regarding alleged breaches of City spending policies by the former Mayor and
Councillors, which was conducted by Arbitrator Janet Leiper. That report is available on the City’s
website. This council accepts Ms. Leiper’s findings and considers that Ms Leiper’s findings supersede
all findings in previous reports on the same issues. Council also considers the Resolution to be
inconsistent with Ms. Leiper’s findings. As a result, Council is repealing the Resolution and Ms. Fennell
will receive all amounts withheld under that Resolution. We believe that the City of Brampton has
settled this matter on terms that are fair to all parties. This settlement allows both Ms. Fennell and the
new Council to move forward.”
Susan Fennell said: “Finally the people of Brampton can see the truth. At long last, this issue is now
behind me. It is my fervent hope that Council will finally move on. The citizens of Brampton deserve no
less.”
About Brampton: The ninth-largest city in Canada, Brampton celebrates a diverse population that represents people from
209 distinct ethnic backgrounds who speak 89 different languages. Brampton residents and visitors have access to state-ofthe-
art recreation facilities and one of the fastest-growing transit systems in Canada. Opened in 2007, Brampton Civic Hospital
is part of the William Osler Health System, which is one of the largest community hospitals in Canada. For more information,
visit www.brampton.ca or follow @CityBrampton on Twitter.

MEDIA CONTACT
Megan Ball
Media Coordinator
City of Brampton
905.874.3654 | megan.ball@brampton.ca

 

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