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Furlong ties to NPA fundraiser a concern for riot review, say critics

July 21st, 2011 · 21 Comments

The civic election is less than six months away, which means no hiring or appointment or purchase of paper clips goes unscrutinized these days as the Non-Partisan Association fights to get back some ground in this election and Vision Vancouver fights to keep them at bay.

At school board, much kerfuffle about the hiring of former Vision volunteer Kurt Heinrich as the new communications guy, while at city hall, the revelation that John Furlong sits on the board of Rocky Mountaineer, whose chair is the head of the NPA’s fundraising efforts, has been making the rounds.

My story on what people have to say about whether Furlong is in a conflict or not here.

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