Posted in Conflict of Interest, Kensington Island Properties aka KIP Costanza, 34083 Yukon Inc., UBID

Union Bay Improvement District Trustees Loxam and Jacques Respond to Conflict of Interest Accusations

All of this would be funny if it was a sitcom – not so much when it’s actually happening in our local government.

The ignorance displayed by these two trustees is stunning.  They simply do not understand the position of trustee and cannot ever be trusted to make informed decisions.  I doubt they have ever heard of due diligence.

Background

June 6, 2016 Kensington Island Properties VP Brian McMahon, the Facilitator Jim Mattison and Kevin Douville UBID Administrator agreed on a Memorandum of Understanding.

http://www.union-bay.ca/pdf/16June06%20Draft%20UBID%20-%20KIP%20MOU%20Agreement%20-%20signed%20by%20UBID.pdf

The very next day June 7, 2016, Trustees Loxam and Jacques present the following letter to the Board of Trustees.

http://www.union-bay.ca/pdf/16Jun07%20Letter%20from%20Kensington%20Island%20Properties.pdf

Trustee Loxam’s response to trustee Elliott regarding conflict of interest:

Trustee Kalju’s response after consulting with previous UBID Chair Carol Molstad.

It’s like the Trump/Comey thing.  Who has more credibility?  Who would you believe after listening to their own words?

I just have to add this.  In trustee Loxam’s rambling he talks about the previous board going on holidays.  Well, there was actually a meeting June 15, 2016 with all the trustees and administrator present just one week after their meeting with McMahon. Unsure why Loxam brings up holidays related to the meeting with McMahon.

 

 

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