Senior City Leadership Team … Something Odd Here?

Does anyone see something wrong with the tail-end of the report on appointing an interim city solicitor below?

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me directly.
Sincerely,
Wendy Stephanson
City Manager

cc: Senior Leadership Team
Extended Senior Leadership Team
Nathalie Gougeon, Auditor General
Sonia Bebbington, Ottawa Public Library
Dr. Vera Etches, Ottawa Public Health
Chief Eric Stubbs, Ottawa Police Services


RECOMMENDED FOR YOU

Interim City Solicitor Appointed

City Hall Can’t Juggle Anything: THE VOTER

City Hall Picks Frills Over Basics: BENN

Downtown: What’s Sutcliffe’s Stance? MULVIHILL


DON’T MISS OUR REGULAR FEATURES
Everything Ottawa      Full Local     Bulldog Canadian
Opinion    Comments    Breaking News    Auto
Ontario   World    Get Cheap Gas   Big Money
Pop Gossip   Your Home    Relax …   Tech
Bulldog Weather    Full Local Sports
TV/Movies   Travel
Page 2   Page 3   Page 4   Page 5   Page 6

 

Other features:    Full Bulldog Index    Return to Bulldog Home

10 Responses

  1. Miranda Gray says:

    No, that isn’t odd. The city manager is normally the press contact person for senior leadership positions.

    Council is only responsible for hiring city manager. The city manager is responsible for all other appointments or hirings.

    I just wish she had started the hiring process in time to announce the new hire rather than an iterim.

  2. Ken Gray says:

    Thank you, Ms. Gray, however that’s not it — k

  3. Andrew says:

    Supreme Extended Senior Leadership Team is missing!

  4. Jake Morrison says:

    I don’t know, what’s the biggest f**kup of the last five years? Maybe ‘Transportation’ should have an ‘Extended position?

  5. John Langstone says:

    The Leadership Team doesn’t include Chief Eric Stubbs? Surely an oversight.

  6. Ken Gray says:

    Sorry folks, no luck yet. k

  7. Kosmo says:

    City Councilors cc ed on report

  8. Nicholas says:

    I’m curious why the AG is on that list of extended leadership. I thought the AG was supposed to be independent of council. Yes, the City pays their salary but they’re not supposed to be best buds with City operations… they’re auditing them for goodness sake.

  9. Ken Gray says:

    Congratulations Nicholas … you got it.

    You win a free subscription to The Bulldog.

    cheers

    kgray

  10. The Voter says:

    Just out of curiosity, where are the AG and her staff located? Are their offices in a city building such as City Hall or Centrepointe?

    That would mean sharing elevators, cafeterias and the like with City staff. You’d be amazed what you can overhear in those lunch and break spots. There were a few times I’ve considered tapping someone at the next table on the shoulder and introducing myself but it’s rude to interrupt a conversation, isn’t it? And, of course, it’s infinitely more fun when we encounter each other later on and, after recognizing me, you can see them playing back the conversation and asking themselves what I possibly might have heard.

    The AG and her staff need to be seen to be separate from the administration. There can’t be gray areas.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 

Paid Content

Home   Full Bulldog Index