“There’s no story here,” the man on the other end of the line is saying to me.
“I had a bad day.”
Residents of Port Hawkesbury’s Tamarac subdivision would certainly agree with the latter statement. Not so much with the former.
The snow is clearing, the ice is thawing, and the once-proud operator of the Crown Jewel Resort is getting ready for his time to shine. In court, that is.
Israeli-born Nahman Korem of Sydney appeared in court on February 10 as part of the ongoing case against him that stems from his 2010 split with ex-wife Iris Kedmi.
Three years ago, Dwayne Baker discovered that his ex-galpal, the mother of his child, had gone behind his back and legally changed their son’s surname to match her new husband’s. To say he wasn’t happy is to put it rather mildly.
Via email, the former CAO of Richmond County says he would be “disappointed” if confidential details pertaining to his departure from the municipality were leaked to my goodself.
Last time out in this space, I described documents that had Warren Olsen leaving the job with $97,490 — the equivalent of nine months’ salary — plus an additional $5,267 for unused vacation pay.
Just days after Richmond County Warden Brian Marchand admitted to the CBC that perhaps last year’s forensic audit of the municipality’s affairs — which, honestly, didn’t add much to the findings of the ombudsman’s report that preceded it — was a teensy waste of taxpayer’s money, Frank Magazine has uncovered what some might argue is a rather more galling waste.
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