Fees collected for Easter spots despite council edict

-Mayor blames Sooba

Several persons participating in the Easter festivities along the Kitty Seawall were forced to fork over as much as $15,000 for their spots and according to Georgetown Mayor Hamilton Green this is a “most absurd situation” as the council had agreed that persons should “not pay a cent”.

Last Thursday at a press briefing, Local Govern-ment Minister Norman Whittaker had told media operatives that Acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba would be asked to return monies if it was found that she was collecting without the permission of the council.

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