The pitchforks are sharpened, torches are fueled, tires ready to set alight, as well as fireworks depending how things go at tonightís council meeting (22May2018). Trevor Seip will be attempting to get Blyth and East-Wawanosh to allow the Wingham Police to disband so Wingham can save about a million a year.
If the forced occupation of the Square Mile comes to an end tonight there will undoubtedly be fireworks in celebration of our Liberation, which is at least 17 years overdue thanks to an inept and corrupt council.
It is most likely Blyth and East-Wawanosh councillors will not allow the Wingham police to disband as they are simply too corrupt and in too deep to mend their ways. Their most likely response will be to continue to refuse to allow the Wingham Police to disband.
When is the last time you sharpened your pitchfork and checked on your tiki torches?
Please take the time to attend the meeting tonight and witness what Blyth and E-W does to Wingham. Please bring your phones so you can video record any arrests as the Wingham police seem to have a habit of losing/erasing body camera footage.
North Huron Council Contact Info:
North Huron Town Hall: 519-357-3550
Neil Vincent: 519-357-2336
Address: 38860 Belfast Rd
Yolanda Ritsema-Teeninga: 519-357-5877
Address: 63 Albert St. E
LinkedIn: Yolanda Ritsema-Teeninga
Bill Knott: (519) 441-1546
James Campbell: 519-523-9264
Brock Vodden: 519-523-9393
Ray Hallahan: 519-523-4798
Trevor Seip: 519-357-7759