Frank Prevost resigns from South Glengarry board

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LANCASTER – The Township of South Glengarry announced on Tuesday, December 7 that Mayor Frank Prevost has resigned with immediate effect.

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South Glengarry Council will hold a special meeting on Thursday, December 9 at 4:30 p.m. to declare the post of mayor vacant. At that time, the vacant position may be filled with someone who is eligible to vote in South Glengarry, who is eligible to be appointed and who agrees to accept the position, or a by-election will be called.

Prévost originally requested six-month unpaid leave on June 11 after he was arrested and charged with three counts of child luring and one count of sexual assault earlier this month. Since his arrest, Prévost has violated his conditions three times. All of these violations occurred between July 12 and 14. He has appeared in court several times since June, although none of the charges have come to the point where a trial has been set.

His next court appearance is scheduled for Jan. 5 before the Alexandria court.

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“Anyone concerned or interested can attend the board meeting,” said South Glengarry Managing Director Tim Mills.

The special meeting will be broadcast live on the Youtube channel of the municipality . “The board will take it from there. They have decisions to make, which they will do.

Mills said a closed-door meeting took place on Monday, December 6, but declined to comment on whether Prevost’s resignation was discussed. Council held a lengthy closed session in June before resuming the open session to approve the recommendation to grant him leave.

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Prevost, who had been involved in local politics since the 1990s, was also declared ineligible to remain on SDG’s board as a member and its director in June. South Glengarry Council subsequently named Coun. Stephanie Jaworski as Alternate SDG Council Member, joining Deputy Mayor Lyle Warden at this table. The prefect continues to replace Prévost for all questions related to the township.

The next municipal election will be held in less than a year and is slated to take place in October 2022, making South Glengarry council unlikely to vote for a by-election. The council is more likely to decide to appoint an existing member as mayor and then replace that person’s position with a suitable candidate.

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