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Rossland Mayor responds to conflict of interest claims

About 60 residents of Rossland, B.C., grilled their mayor for two hours last night about a former city building inspector who billed the municipality for $185,000 in contract work while he was still working for the city.

Here's the audio from Chris Walker's interview with Mayor Greg Granstrom Friday morning:

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After that interview, Chris spoke with city councillor Kathy Moore:

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