Residents opposed to possible merger of Sherbrooke boroughs
If re-elected on Sunday, Sherbrooke mayor Bernard Sévigny plans to centralize more of the city's services and reduce the number of boroughs from six to four. Residents in Brompton, that would become a district of the city if this merger occurs, are upset about this plan. And though Lennoxville would maintain its status, citizens are worried of the precedent this may have on the town's configuration. Our Townships reporter Alison Brunette met with residents, as well as Lennoxville borough President David Price.