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Bullying claim lodged following event snub

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COUNCILLOR George Fortune’s claim of being bullied by Mount Isa Mayor Tony McGrady followed an event in which he was overlooked as a council representative.

The mayor was attending a meeting in Melbourne about 16 months ago, and his wife Sandra was acknowledged by visiting Bishop Michael Putney as a council representative. Councillor George Fortune attended the same event.

Parish priest Mick Lowcock said he invited the mayor’s wife to represent the council at the event held in Joyce Street and did not mean to cause offence to councillors.

“I would not have seen any problem with that,” he said.

“I would have thought it was normal protocol.”

Cr McGrady said on his return to Mount Isa he was confronted by Cr Fortune on three occasions in as many days about Mrs McGrady being addressed by the bishop as a council representative.

The third occasion was when Mount Isa City council staff were having a meeting, which councillors did not attend, Cr McGrady said.

“I did state that I would give him a bit of advice and that was that he should never bring members of a councillor’s family into public discussion and debate.

“I further informed him that following his actions over the past three days, I would never invite him to represent me at any function in the future and that if he was to live a further 50 years, he would never make the contribution to Mount Isa that my wife had done over so many years.”

Cr Fortune referred the matter to the then Crime and Misconduct Commission. He was sought for comment but previously told the Courier Mail he was humiliated at the “blatant act of bullying”. Mount Isa City Council’s chief executive Emilio Cianetti confirmed he met with Cr McGrady and Cr Fortune to try to resolve the issue.

“It’s probably the extent of what I can do with it,” Mr Cianetti said.

The two parties could seek further independent advice.

Mr Cianetti said the CMC ruled the council should resolve the matter.

The initial complaint was submitted about 16 months before, when Mr Cianetti was not in his current position.

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