© Star photo by Gary Kean
Corner Brook city councillors, from left, Leo Bruce, Donna Luther, Gary Kelly, Donna Francis and Priscilla Boutcher congratulate each other after their last public meeting Monday.
CORNER BROOK It took less than one minute for the current edition of Corner Brook’s city council to conclude the business of its term in office Monday.
At a midday public meeting, all seven council members convened in the chambers at city hall to approve the minutes from their previous public meeting held Sept. 9.
With no one having any questions about the contents of those minutes, Mayor Neville Greeley’s quick call for an adjournment was hastily seconded and the meeting was over.
The councillors, six of whom are hoping to be returned to council in Tuesday’s municipal election, then congratulated one another and the senior staff members present on finishing up this term of council.
The new council that will be elected Tuesday will be sworn in within the next week, likely Sunday.
The polls open at 8 a.m. Tuesday morning and will remain open until 8 p.m.