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A resolution may appear on Monday night’s Norwich City Council agenda that would have the chairman and vice-chairman of the city’s Board of Public Utilities Commissioners step down from the panel.  Norwich alderman Stacey Gould says she’ll be meeting with her Republican colleagues on the city council Saturday to discuss the situation regarding Utilities panel chairman Dee Boisclair and vice-chairman Robert Groner.  Both were recently re-appointed to their positions by the utilities board, despite the recommendation from the city’s ethics commission that they be removed from their leadership positions, because they went on a May 2016 all-expense paid trip to the Kentucky Derby.  Gould says a long, costly investigation into the matter by a city council sub-committee could prove fruitless.  She  hopes finding a quick, “honorable” way to have Groner and Boisclair leave the utilities commission can mean the city can move forward from the Derbygate controversy, and tackle other big issues, such as the budget.

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