A load of bollards
THE suggestion that Councillor Dutton instigated the funding for the bollards ( In boll position, December 3) is a travesty. There is the question of how the money was raised for the bollards after the accident , especially as everyone who lives in th
THE suggestion that Councillor Dutton instigated the funding for the bollards ("In boll position," December 3) is a travesty.
There is the question of how the money was raised for the "bollards" after the "accident", especially as everyone who lives in the vicinity knew that there were bollards in front of the shops. Now then, if money has been raised, by whom, where has it come from?
This is turning out to be a political agenda of who can do more or less for the constituents in each ward. There is no political gain for not telling the truth, not even exaggerating it.
By whom has the money been raised? Where has it gone? Why were the people not told of this extra money being made available?
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