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Karen Holman

Original post made by Rupert of henzau, Midtown, on Jun 11, 2014

More interesting things appeared today in the Daily Post regarding Karen Holman and money she has received from a developer ( finders fees). Is the weekly planning got look into this matter? If not, then why not? Is it due to the " special relationship" the weekly has with Holman and other council members?
The issue of the council and developers has been a very sensitive issue , especially given the Maybell issue. At a minimum, the weekly should be looking Into this relationship, not only of Holman, but of other council members with developers ( I will go so far as to say they look to see if these relationships actually exist).

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Posted by Rococo
a resident of Leland Manor/Garland Drive
on Jun 11, 2014 at 6:09 pm

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Posted by Rupert of henzau
a resident of Midtown
on Jun 11, 2014 at 6:14 pm

Rococo-- interesting points. That is why I am wondering why the weekly is not doing anything to investigate the council in general with regard to conflicts of interest and/or relationships with developers. Perhaps the weekly can explain their relationship with the council. The weekly makes some money from campaign ads during election season.


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