LETTER: Fraud in North Saanich city hall needs to be exposed

As a resident of North Saanich I was shocked to find out about the enormous waste of tax dollars being wasted on North Saanich’s Chief Administrative Officer.

This is a public employee who is getting paid over $180,000 a year and has not even been present at the municipal office for several months in 2018. This is ridiculous, the public should be made aware that the leadership of our municipality is milking tax dollars and not even showing up to work half of the time. This needs to be exposed.

You can follow up with the North Saanich Municipal Hall and just ask how much time the CAO has been present over the last couple of months.

Benjamin Yates

North Saanich

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