The Collingwood Judicial Inquiry is getting closer to winding down.
After a number of witnesses for part two focusing on the proceeds of the sale of half of Collus to PowerStream in 2012, the inquiry is taking a very short break, resuming on Tuesday (October 15).
There are four more people on the list of witnesses to appear in this part two of the hearing.
The inquiry then plans on holding hearings with experts in municipal governance for three days at the end of November and on December 2nd.
Inquiry lawyers and the town of Collingwood will have a chance to speak with experts about good governance and policy matters.
These hearings are to help the inquiry Commissioner form his recommendations which will be in the final report to conclude the judicial inquiry proceedings.