The City of Sudbury's ticket policy, which caused anger in the community following an Elton John concert, is set to go under the microscope.
Councillors planned to consider a couple of staff recommendations on the issue Wednesday night at a city council meeting.
Many residents of the northern Ontario city who couldn't get tickets to the sold-out March 2 concert were fuming after learning that city council had early access to a block of 100 reserved tickets.
The councillors were able to purchase up to eight tickets each, even though the general public was limited to a maximum of six each.
One option being considered by city council would prevent local politicians from having any advantage in purchasing arena event tickets.
The other proposed option would allow them to pick up just two tickets in advance.
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