Lib Dems in charge
IN outlining the Lib Dem plans for St Neots, your first paragraph states: ...just weeks after taking control of St Neots Town Council... I have to point out that the Lib Dems have had the majority of the seats on St Neots Town Council for 16 years or mo
IN outlining the Lib Dem plans for St Neots, your first paragraph states: "...just weeks after taking control of St Neots Town Council..."
I have to point out that the Lib Dems have had the majority of the seats on St Neots Town Council for 16 years or more, apart from a short spell in 2003/4 when the council was hung nine all: however the Lib Dems still had the casting vote during that time.
When I was a town councillor, it was my proposal to appoint consultants for the cinema, and it was also my proposal to look at selling off small pieces of land to raise money - a proposal that was strongly criticised by the Lib Dems in a full page advertisement in local papers.
What a shame that the Lib Dems could not have co-operated with some of these ideas in the past, and proceeded with them sooner
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