Harlow Council Meeting: May 2018
Politics / Fri 25th May 2018 pm31 01:56pm
AS part of our commitment to transparency, here is our film of the latest Harlow Council meeting.
This meeting was held on Thursday May 24th.
The meeting saw the installation of a new chair (cllr Maggie Hulcoop), the presentation of civic awards and the election of new leader of the council.
We will also break this film into bite size pieces over the coming days.
A great moment for a popular councillor in Maggie to be elevated to a role that I am sure she will make her own. And the announcement of the new Cabinet with its gender balance and exciting new features like more targeted portfolio management, focusing on the issues that really matter to residents. Mark Ingall and his deputy Waida Forman along with the well chosen Harlow Council cabinet group are the right team at the right time for Harlow, putting the concerns of residents first and making a real positive difference to peoples' lives and environment.
Definitely on a different planet. What about the dustbin issues that have been going on for weeks? Before the local elections I noticed every few days, labour wannabees marching around the town,clearing 'rubbish' away, anything to get noticed. Perhaps they should get over to Bush Fair and get the rubbish chaos sorted out. Send Ingall round, with the boys, to sort out the bin men. I bet they didn't even discuss it.
Litter picking by Labour volunteers takes place every week, election or no election, check their Twitter feeds for evidence of that. Contact your local councillor about the dustbin issues you speak of. It's what they're there for.
As usual he presumes. Haven't seen any litter pickers anywhere. Smoke and mirrors,yet again. They only act when elections come around. Chocolate teapots the lot of them. Loads of rhetoric, no action. Socialism breeds P O V E R T Y, or haven't you noticed? Wake up Harlow.
You just literally said that you saw litter pickers out, now you're saying you haven't. I know the use of social media is a mystery to Tories, but it's there and you can check any time you like and see the progress of Labour councillors and volunteers. The Tories have no social media presence because they have to pay people to help them, they can't find people with enough passion to do it for free.
Strange that through our council tax we pay HTS to collect rubbish and keep our town clean and tidy yet we have local councillors doing it for them. Maybe someone needs to speak to HTS.
I'm not a local councillor and HTS are not superheroes, there's only so much they can do. Why don't you come out and help one day, Maverick? Bring Goose with you.
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