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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Re: open letter for Mr WEBB.
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on March 20, 2019, 09:21:08 AM »
I see in today's democratic adver, there is an article to describe the vigil in the town centre on Saturday, to remember those killed in N Zealand last week, Can the union or the Mr Webb, say when they will have a vigil for the 112  Christians, killed last week in Nigeria, by Muslims, or is that a phobia  people have about Muslims?
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / open letter for Mr WEBB.
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on March 17, 2019, 07:51:22 PM »
Once again, we see the likes of Mr Webb, saying the closure of Honda is down to Brexit, and so all you out voters are to blame. He really needs to take a look at his side of life, The Uk cannot sign a deal with an outside country but has to go through the EU first. Over the last few months, the EU has signed a trade deal with Japan, so now Japan can now sell its goods direct to the EU countries. They have a car pant that can produce everything that was being made in the UK plant and the one in Turkey.  So there is now no need for those factories, Japan can now sell direct and save on the production costs involved.  If anybody is to blame it is the EU themselves for signing this deal in the first place, but don't expect any remainers to tell you this.  :wakeup:
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Re: council carve up....
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on March 02, 2019, 10:17:11 AM »
I have now been informed by the council, that the parish councils have all agreed to take on the open spaces on a lease agreement, so the council kick, to get rid of everything and pass the buck to the parish taxpayers continues..  If you then complain to the councillor responsible for financial matters, all you get back is we are doing the right thing for the town..  As Coun Martin, (are the voters of shaw proud of him) would say, Bollocks..  watch out now for even more increases on the parish tax bill..
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Re: Council meeting
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on February 22, 2019, 09:26:03 AM »
I was, able to go to the meeting, I asked how we are expected to fund these tax rises year upon year, the council firmly stood by the rise is only 3.99% so no vote needed, well my tax package is to go up this year by £98, that is for a band d house, is that 3.99%, I will pay this year £114 for the services that two years ago, I was paying just £48 for, but that's the council loophole\fiasco parish council.  This rise for the PCC is an absolute disgrace, why are tax payers funding the police..  They refused even to think about cutting the number of borough councillors,  due to 'high demands', and yet the parish councillors are being paid for doing nothing eh. In the last 4 months, I have asked for help on three different matters, each time to be told it is nothing to do with the council. The day will come when pensioners wont be able to afford these rises, what then, will the council house them or what.
Finally to cap off the evening, you all will remember when the mayor had to resign over comments he made about  D Syndrome children, well last night a labour councillor was making a point, and he sat there and shouted out 'Bollocks'  after some chuntering, the mayor told councillors to be wary of their language !!!! Democracy.... :wakeup:
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Council meeting
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on February 21, 2019, 01:33:25 PM »
If any reader, is going to the full council meeting tonight, 21 Feb 19, can I ask if they will keep me a copy of the full agenda document please.
regards terry. :smitten:
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / police pecept
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on February 07, 2019, 08:59:41 PM »
The so called 'consultation' for the new £2 per month PCC precept payment increase is to go ahead. they say that most people supported the rise, well good for them, this rise is a gov kickback at the public at large, why should the public have to fund the police, at a time when the PCC and his staff are costing us over 2 million a year. If they want more money for the police, then that cost should be stopped now and the savings spent on new staff.  Cant wait for my annual state pension to go up by around £2 a year.... Its the parish precept payments next, guess how much they are going up by.. :WTF:
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Re: council carve up....
« Last post by Rob on February 07, 2019, 12:36:41 PM »
Yeah.
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / council carve up....
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on February 05, 2019, 09:38:19 PM »
Several weeks ago, I sent an objection, to the plans  to offload all the pay areas and open spaces in the town to the respective parish councils, I did not receive a reply to my objection, or even that it would be considered etc, Today the Haydon Wick parish council has announced its yearly parish precept payment is to go by around £20, and the main reason, yes the cost of refurbishing the play areas etc.. you couldn't make it up, no doubt in the next few days, we will also be told the PCC precept payment is to go up as planned, around £24 a year, this is another kick in the teeth from the tory led gov, who are just passing the financial buck onto the public to provide more police, that they scrapped.  The PCC office is costing now, over 2 million pounds a year, that needs to be cut first, or the International Aid budget, the public should not be made to fund the police..  Its bad enough that the public have to fund the Air ambulance, when we can give the world over 14 billion every year...
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Re: Police precept....
« Last post by Rob on February 01, 2019, 12:59:51 AM »
i AM MORE AND MORE IMPRESSED WITH MY ALIGNMENT WITH dIVINE tIMING EVERY DAY! :)

i REFER TO MY VISITING THIS SITE ONLY 4 HOURS AFTER A TIME-SENSITIVE POST.

i'M STILL NOT VERY GOOD AT STANDING ON MY HEAD AND TYPING THOUGH.

sO i WON'T BE DOING THAT AGAIN. nOT AFTER LAST TIME.

i FIND THESE DAYS IT'S BECOMING EVER-

SO IMPORTANT TO GET

THE ANGLES

RIGHT

:)
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Rm 101. Misc. Odds and Ends / Police precept....
« Last post by Terry Reynolds on January 30, 2019, 09:24:22 PM »
The 'consultation' for the proposed raise in the payment for the PCC Precept  payment ends tomorrow, so get your objection in now, doubt if they will even read it but every vote counts, the office of the PCC is costing tax payers over 2 million pounds per year, so if you do object, please remark that is one payment that the public and the police cant afford...
get objecting now...….
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