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What's ahead for Moncton sewerage commission?

The Greater Moncton Sewerage Commission is seeking a new chair. Last week, Ron LeBlanc tendered his resignation to the province's department of the environment. LeBlanc officially leaves the job December 31st. His departure follows a critical report from New Brunswick's Auditor General questioning the commission's expenses. Three other members resigned before the chair, leaving two people left on the Commission. Moncton mayor George LeBlanc talked to Jonna Brewer Monday about what happens now.

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