Online post results in formal complaint against NPCA board member
Another member of the NPCA's board is under fire but this time its over a racist online post.
On New Year's Day James Kaspersetz, the board's vice chair, shared a Facebook post by an American man that reads, "77 years after Pearl Harbour it still hurts, but 17 years after 9/11 we are moving them here and adapting their laws in places."
Kaspersetz says he shared the post by mistake and then had trouble deleting it.
Hamilton mayor Fred Eisenberger says he found the views expressed by Kaspersetz troubling and have shared his concerns with the city clerk to see if they violate their code of conduct.
St. Catharines resident Mo Al Jumaily has filed a formal complaint about it to Hamilton council urging them to replace Kaspersetz on the board.
He'll be on Niagara in the Morning at 8:10 a.m. this morning.