Former Ontario councilor quits posts after ‘poor behavior’ over sales tax sign

Former city councilor Charlotte Fugate resigned from the city budget board after she walked into a local business Tuesday and ripped down a "Vote No Sales Tax." (The Enterprise/File)

ONTARIO – A longtime Ontario community leader resigned three posts Thursday following reports she entered a downtown business and tore down a political sign opposing the city’s sales tax.

Witnesses said that on Tuesday, Charlotte Fugate . . .

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