According to the KIN website, Wayne Maxwell, Group Manager, Corporate Services says, Our investigations confirm that there was an inaccuracy as a result of human error, and we apologize.

This related to an incorrect statement in the council minutes about the adoption of new standing orders: they were not adopted unanimously (see earlier post).

  • corrected minutes for the Council Meeting in question will be resubmitted
  • KCDC’s OIA response to Ms Padamsey will be corrected and sent to her.

We say well done, Salima!  These days you are doing well to have a business or government organisation even admit it has made a mistake, let alone apologize for it.  The standard attitude is, “We are infallible and do not make mistakes.  If there is a mistake it’s your fault.”