Special meeting in Pelham to address financial situation
Members of the community in Pelham looking for answers on the town's financial state should get them tomorrow.
Pelham councillors unanimously approved a motion asking KPMG to include all financial findings and conclusions discussed during a September 5th meeting as part of a forensic audit of town finances to be presented at a special meeting of Council tomorrow night.
It all stems from allegations made by former Councillor Marvin Junkin who disclosed confidential information from that September meeting and implied the town has $17 million in unreported debt.
The meeting, expected to be well attended by members of the public, will take place at the E.L. Crossley Secondary School cafeteria beginning at 6:30 p.m.
The results from a KPMG audit into transactions related to a 3.3 acre parkland overdedication as well as a development charge credit will also be presented.
The meeting will also be live streamed, you can find the link to watch by clicking here.
Larry, Tom McConnell, Betty Lou Souter, and the gang announce this year's totals and hand out a big thank you.
Larry talks with the St. Catharines Standard reporter who broke this story.