A SMALL crowd gathered at Camden Council's headquarters on Monday morning in a show of "disapproval" and "disgust" at the Liberal councillors' dumping of general manager Greg Wright.
National Party member and former Liberal member Hamish Wilson led the group of about 20 angry residents, saying they had gathered on the council's John Street doorstep to show their disdain and disapproval of the council's decision.
David Napier was at the centre of the crowd and posed the question: "How could councillors who have been there for five minutes know how effective he (Mr Wright) was?
"The Liberal councillors need to justify this decision . . . these five councillors have gone against our expectations."
When Mr Wilson thanked the crowd for rallying at the council to show their disdain for the decision, Mr Napier responded, saying: "The words should be disgust and betrayal".