Morning North | Jan 30, 2013 | 3:39

Sudbury's auditor general

Greater Sudbury city council debated the idea of making the city's auditor general job a permanent position. It was created four years ago and mayor Marianne Matichuk would like to see it become permanent. We have some audio from the debate on the issue.

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