The former States Deputy says the council should step down as a result of the damning report on the 2006 Battle prepared by comptroller and auditor general Chris Swinson.
Mr Swinson concluded that the association was given public funding ‘it proved unable to spend wisely’ and said the Battle caused ’embarrassment’ with problems ‘exacerbated by personal animosity’ between some council members.
The council meets tomorrow night and the report’s findings are almost certain to be discussed.
And it is understood that an extraordinary general meeting of the whole association will be held within ten days.
But Deputy Farnham says the council members should step aside now to allow the association to get on with implementing recommendations contained in the auditor general’s report.