Code of Conduct for NPCA going back for further review
It's back to committee for a new code of conduct for the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority.
The authority was set to consider a new code at their monthly board meeting today but Hamilton member Stewart Beattie asked the latest draft be sent back to the sub-committee for further review.
Beattie wouldn't say what concerned him in the latest version but adds it's important to get it right.
An original draft code of conduct raised eyebrows because it included a pledge calling for "absolute loyalty".
Members of the sub-committee then voted to remove the loyalty oath from the proposed new code.
The code could come back to the board for approval in time for the July meeting, if not it will have to wait for the September meeting.
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