Citizens are collateral damage of City Hall’s actions

Dear Editor,
Following the court ruling on the Town Clerk’s appointment issue, ‘critical support’ was offered. But should this be, when the court’s ruling did not impose any limitations or conditions to the functions and functioning of the TC?
The judge must be commended for the strong decisions taken in this matter with the hope some normalcy can return to City Hall. This it seems might not be. The injunction sought was denied, but impositions by the Council continue, which will ultimately prove disruptive to the smooth functioning of the office of the TC, and by extension the affairs of the city. Is this a war of attrition, it has to be wondered?
In the meantime, citizens continue to be collateral damage.

Shamshun Mohamed