AG warns city council of contempt proceedings over Sooba

The City Council has been told by Attorney General Anil Nandlall that it faces contempt of court proceedings if it makes any attempt to replace Town Clerk Carol Sooba and Mayor Hamilton Green is now seeking advice on the matter.

Green yesterday hosted a press conference in his office along with Deputy Mayor, Patricia Chase-Green, and other councillors. He stated that there is a legal contention in this matter and that he will be seeking  advice on how to proceed but in the meantime the council is requesting that Sooba be sent on leave so that appropriate measures can be taken in the interest of the council.

Chief Justice Ian Chang last week ruled in a case brought by city council official Royston King that …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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