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What are the odds of the mercury getting a
copy when members of council have to go
to a ethics committee board to get a copy
of the now infamous report about the new
compost plant smells(or no smells)inquiry.

Good luck but fat chance.We all know we they
are going to bury it by holding one of their
secret meetings at the Cutten club.

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    covers municipal affairs and politics for the Guelph Mercury. Prior to joining the Mercury he worked at The Record of Waterloo Region and at The Canadian Press. He can be reached at cherhalt@guelphmercury.com