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Webley denies conflict of interest

Published:Thursday | January 3, 2008 | 2:14 PM

NSWMA boss denied that her distribution of gifts in the South East St. Andrew constituency presents a conflict of interest.



Yesterday, Member of Parliament for the constituency, Maxine Henry-Wilson, wrote to the Prime Minister questioning the current role of Mrs. Gordon-Webly in the constituency.



Mrs. Gordon Webley said she is no longer the caretaker for the constituency.



Mrs. Henry-Wilson also raised questions in the letter about the basis for the concentration of activities by Mrs. Gordon-Webly in the constituency.



The letter pointed to an event in the Swallowfield community where Mrs. Gordon-Webly used the NSWMA vehicle to distribute gifts.



According to Mrs. Gordon-Webly she is allowed to have a vehicle at her convenience as head of the solid waste agency.



She also said the event to which Mrs. Henry-Wilson referred is one of several treats the agency organised.