Since the disbandment of the Wingham Police, council has had to rely on other means to harass and intimidate those that speak up or ask questions.
The Corporation of North Huron has hired two “corporate police officers” whose actual/legal job is to make sure all infrastructure is maintained to certain standards. If town staff refuse to maintain the corporation’s assets, the by-law officers can demand they do so, and contract out the work and make the corporation pay for it.
Nancy Small & Riley Brugess are the two people hired by the corporation of North Huron to regularly inspect its assets, and make sure town staff are doing their jobs. If town staff don’t fill a pothole, they can contract it out. If town staff don’t cut the grass in the parks and other land owned by the corporation they can contract it out and make the corporation pay for it.
If there are any issues with our infrastructure or snow on sidewalks, they are to blame as they have clearly failed to do the job they were paid to do.
These officers only have authority on land the corporation of North Huron owns, such as Town Hall, roads, boulevards, parks etc. They do not, and have never had authority on private land.
The Corporation of North Huron has no more authority over you than your cable, phone, hydro, or internet company.
Small & Brugess are wanted by WFP for questioning, and to get on the official record that they are ordered to trespass and violate Rights at council’s command, and why they refuse to hold town staff to account as per their job description.
North Huron Council Contact Info:
280 Manor Road
63 Bristol Terrace
94 John St. West
Anita van Hittersum
84012 Hoover Line
39331 Belfast Road
Kevin Fascist Falconer
303 King Street
202 Thuell St, Blyth