Carleton Place mayor candidate – Louis Antonakos

Louis Antonakos
Louis Antonakos
Posted on: September 12, 2018

Louis Antonakos Municipal Election Candidate Profile

Name:  Louis Antonakos

Municipality: Carleton Place

Position Sought: Mayor

Currently Retired or Working (where?):  Mayor of Carleton Place County Councillor 4 years

Former Elected Positions/Terms if applicable: Three Terms / Mayor/Councillor/12 years

Community volunteer experience (service clubs, local committees, fundraising, etc): Vice-President of the Mississippi Valley Conservation Foundation; Mississippi Valley Conservation Authority (invited member); Emergency Planning and Response committee; Community Development Recreational Cost Sharing committee; Carleton Place Municipal Drug Strategy (founding member); Environmental Advisory Committee (founding member); Planet Youth Lanark committee; Carleton Place / Beckwith Community Home Support Chair (20 years)

Top 3 issues facing your municipality and its residents that council has control or major influence over: Managing Growth, Fiscal Responsibility, Infrastructure (hospital fundraising, main bridge, arena etc.)

Your solutions/approach to those 3 issues:

Robust management that leads to more effective implementation of the chosen interventions, better service delivery, and, ultimately, better outcomes and enhancements associated with amenities such as the community centre, beaches, arena, soccer fields, baseball fields, tennis courts, parks and trails (including the county trail that runs through the heart of our community).

Do you own (or have a stake in) or operate a commercial/industrial business in your municipality? (Including vacant development lands or rental units): I do not own any commercial/industrial business in our municipality. I do own one condo-rental unit on Coleman Avenue and have an interest in a corporation with no assets in Carleton Place.

Email: louisantonakos@gmail.com
Phone: 613-880-8995

2 thoughts on “Carleton Place mayor candidate – Louis Antonakos

  1. Phil

    I don’t see any reference to the Integrity Commissioner’s claim that Louis committed “the most egregious disclosure of confidential information I have ever encountered in nine years serving as an integrity commissioner.”

    I noted the comment that he does not own nor have ANY stake in any commercial property in Carleton Place so with all due respect who owns the Olympia and the 3 other addresses related and why did Louis act as the rental agent for the properties if he has no stake nor interest?

    Shocking that the integrity issues continue to arise. The Privacy commissioner’s claim is a hugely critical evaluation of the Mayor’s integrity level.

    How could anyone vote for this man after everything he has done?

  2. Doug

    It baffles me why no one actually reads the final conclusions regarding the current council and the integrity commissioner investigations. All of the complaints in the last four years have been dismissed except two. One was against Councillor Black and one was against the Mayor.

    There are at least 100 people who know the truth about the complaint against the mayor and the so called “most egregious disclosure” comment. A woman by the name of Ms. McQueen asked the integrity commissioner directly in front of a packed house if there was actually any physical evidence or proof regarding the complaint against the mayor. The integrity commissioner said “no” there was “no proof” except the word of a dishonoured elected official from years gone by.

    And let’s call this whole integrity commissioner kangaroo stuff by its rightful name:

    The Ontario Municipal Act, 2001 provides that the “Code of Conduct” is a ‘by-law’ that cannot provide that a member who contravenes the code of conduct is guilty of any criminal offence. A violation of any code of conduct is not an “offence” under the law.

    On the other hand, the “Criminal Code” involves matters of conduct that cause harm to others and is considered to be serious enough to warrant the stigma of a criminal record and punishments that can demand confinement, restraining orders, probation, fines, and public apologies.

    In other words:

    A code of conduct violation “is not“ a violation of the law and is not deemed a crime.

    For example: The mayor’s code of conduct violation was an infringement of a set of rules set out in the code of conduct, not a violation of the criminal code or law.

    A criminal code violation “is“ a criminal act that is deemed a crime.

    For example: Councillor Black’s physical assault against the mayor last February was a criminal code violation or a ‘criminal act’ that was deemed a crime by Canadian law.

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