‘I cannot allow it to deteriorate further into a fish market’

-Mayor adjourns another city council statutory meeting

Just when it seemed as though City Council could have a statutory meeting without incident, yesterday’s meeting was adjourned by Georgetown Mayor Hamilton Green after he said that it was deteriorating “further into a fish market” due to the incessant shouting and disruptions by PPP Councillor Kamla Devi Ross.

At the commencement of the meeting, there was constant back and forth between PPP/C councillors Devi Ross and Victor Sobers, government-appointed acting Town Clerk Carol Sooba and Mayor Green over changes to be made to the minutes of the previous statutory meetings.

“…Carol Ryan Sooba is reported as the person carrying out the functions of the Town Clerk,” Green said, to which Sooba promptly shouted, “Please be advised Mr Mayor that  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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