Councillor Adriane Carr says she is hopeful the city will move on from Tuesday’s council debacle.
This comes after Green and NPA Councillors walked out of a public hearing claiming there was a lack of transparency by the chair Raymond Louie.
That move broke quorum and meant do decisions could be made on the floating billboards issue and a Cedar Cottage development project.
A legal team is currently reviewing what the city should do next, but Carr says it shouldn’t be complicated.
“First of all no need for a public hearing, secondly, set a date and a time when the councillors who were there on Tuesday night can complete the business, which is complete their debate and vote on the issue.”
She says there’s no reason to hold another hearing because public comment had closed when the councillors decided to walk-out.
Councillors were told a decision would be reached this week but Carr says they’ve had no news.