Six Nations Elected Council’s trial governance structure under way

Confusion as Six Nations Elected Council governance study trial underway, councillor wants employees back to work By Lynda Powless Editor Six Nations Elected Council’s (SNEC) governance structure trial period isn’t going well. SNEC departments are ow in its sixth week of a study on how a switch to a portfolio system from committees has gone and Councillor Melba Thomas said staff are struggling. “ I think there’s real chaos and confusion,” she told SNEC’s Political Liaison meeting Monday (Oct 24, The SNEC is changing its governance structure by dropping committee meetings and holding only council sessions. Councillors are citing concerns from staff problems to a loss of connection with the community. Add to the problems only half of both SNEC and its administrative leadership actually participated in the study saying they…

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