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Dieppe council asks sewerage commission members to explain "questionable" spending

Dieppe city councillors are calling on the members of the Greater Moncton Sewerage Commission to explain their spending practices to citizens. New Brusnwick's Auditor General says people in Moncton, Riverview and Dieppe should be concerned about the way the commission is being run. CBC reporter Marc Genuist spoke with Dieppe councillor Dave Maltais, who made the initial proposal for a public meeting.

Here are the interviews we aired last week with the province's Auditor General and the president of the Greater Moncton Sewerage Commission, Ron LeBlanc.

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