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Greater Sudbury Utilities controversy continues.

During his State of the City address on May 15, Sudbury Mayor Jim Gordon blasted the chamber of commerce accusing them of trying to discredit him in the Greater Sudbury Utilities controversy.

Four Greater Sudbury Utility board members resigned in April to protest what they labelled political interference which led to the resignation of the board's CEO.

The Sudbury chamber of commerce has been engaged in a wars of words with the utility and Mayor Jim Gordon in questioning spending practices and the overall financial management of the utility.

The interim chair of the Greater Sudbury Utilities Inc. who has been under fire in recent weeks by the business community has responded to his critics in a written statement. saying expense accounts are in proper order after a review by Hydro's chief financial officer.
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Title Annotation:Ontario, Canada
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
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Date:Jun 1, 2001
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