Anneke Smit and Terra Duchene guest column in Windsor Star: need for city auditor-general

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We tried to understand why there were so many candidates (roughly half of all registered in ward races) calling for an AG for Windsor, while — as re-elected Mayor Drew Dilkens pointed out at the Chamber of Commerce debate — only three of 444 Ontario municipalities have one. AGs are authorized by the Municipal Act, section 223, but they are not required (the exception is Toronto, for which an AG is mandated by the City of Toronto Act).

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