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Offline moley

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Re: Adver letter: Answers needed still on wi-fi project fiasco
« Reply #20 on: February 20, 2012, 08:50:49 PM »
The answer for Rodders is simple.

Stand up in public and say  -I'm sorry, we F***ed up. Des was right all along.

or if everything is above board and no money has vanished to places it shouldn't have, publish the accounts.

The continual failure to do so suggests that there is something to hide.

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Re: Adver letter: Answers needed still on wi-fi project fiasco
« Reply #21 on: February 20, 2012, 11:19:08 PM »
Saw it in action tonight again in Scrutiny....

Cllr Bluh is always right , on every subject, every time... he knows it and his team know it and the solicitor knows it ...even if that means that he will argue covenants both ways during the same meeting....to prove that Cllr Bluh is always right...on every subject,every time...

So..what's a little money spent on Wifi... a mere bagatelle to those who believe that they have absolute power?

Who will tell the Emperor that he has no clothes...

Who will he listen to ?

Not the public..... or maybe not until May...
It takes wisdom to know what you know and wisdom to know what you don't know and when to call in those who do. Often the people who do know will advise that evidence and research are very helpful when making decisions. Who knows it might even save a bit of money.

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Re: Adver letter: Answers needed still on wi-fi project fiasco
« Reply #22 on: February 21, 2012, 10:31:03 AM »
Not the public..... or maybe not until May...

......when he stands in the Old Town Old Walcot Ward

and then he may just find out who are his real friends.

Interesting how Mr Bawden sauntered into Scrutiny last night surveyed the scene, sat down away from the public then got up and moved to the Chairman's end of the table and spoke to Fionuola, put on his coat and left.

Beware oh Rod, is Mr B friend or foe?

Going back to Wi-fi - as if we could ever not do so!  Rod Bluh needs to be aware that one day we will find out what happened to the money and the nature of the council's relationship with Mr Hunt and then there will be judgement day so why procrastinate further? 

Publish the Accounts and show us what happened to the £400,000 loan made in our name?

Unless you have something to hide, of course!

You know it makes sense!
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Re: Adver letter: Answers needed still on wi-fi project fiasco
« Reply #23 on: February 21, 2012, 03:23:29 PM »
Cllr Bluh... or does he become Mr Bluh in election purdah? ...is standing in Old Town.
It takes wisdom to know what you know and wisdom to know what you don't know and when to call in those who do. Often the people who do know will advise that evidence and research are very helpful when making decisions. Who knows it might even save a bit of money.