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A man banned from presenting at council is running for council

The controversial treasurer of the North Bay Taxpayers association in North Bay has filed his nomination papers to run for a seat on North Bay City Council today.
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Don Rennick. File photo.

The controversial treasurer of the North Bay Taxpayers association in North Bay has filed his nomination papers to run for a seat on North Bay City Council today.  

Don Rennick has been front and centre criticizing the City of North Bay and Council that came to a boiling point in 2016.  

Don Rennick, well known for his run-ins with City Council and was actually blacklisted from presenting at city council by North Bay Mayor Al McDonald after Rennick stated that city staff was misleading council during a May 2016 council meeting. 

He even showed up at city council in October of 2016 with duct tape over his mouth protesting his ban from making public presentations to council. 

Rennick has publicly stated that the council and staff need to do a better job concentrating on protecting the interests of taxpayers and the City on North Bay.

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Nominations for council and school board must be filed by 2 p.m. on nomination day, Friday, July 27.

The election will be held Monday, October 22, Voters will elect mayors, councillors, school board trustees and all other elected officials in all of the province's municipalities.

 

 




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