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October 29, 2008


Greg Droder

I fully agree with both you and Tina. It should have been given as a loan. Even if it was an interest free loan. The money given in the form council agreed upon sets a very bad precedent.


City councils do not set precedents. Any by-law or decision by a city council can be amended or discarded at a later date. Precedents only apply to courts of law, where decisions on a particular subject must be taken into account by the current court dealing with a similar subject.
Government is never bound by its own decisions in policy, laws or motions. It can always change them, courts can not.

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