East Hawkesbury residents may have to wait a little longer for their township’s new website. According to Luc Lalonde, East Hawkesbury’s Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) and Clerk-Treasurer, the current service provider didn’t deliver on what was promised.
“The township already paid $ 7 000,” said Mayor Robert Kirby during the last public council meeting, held January 10, 2018. “We’ll be politely asking for a refund.”
The township has a few prospects in mind to assume the new website, so the work order will likely be going to a new service provider.
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