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Edna Welthorpe (Mrs)

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  1. https://you.38degrees.org.uk/petitions/support-parents-facing-court-for-child-s-termtime-educational-trip This seems very harsh at first sight.
  2. In what way has Roger been cheated? The councillor will be paid the same amount of expenses regardless of whether he gives 10% to the Mormons, puts 50% in the collection tray at church on a Sunday, or spends 100% of it on beer on a Friday night.
  3. Were these the two in charge when job evaluation took place? Whoever that was let the bosses have a massive rise and then stabbed the foot soldiers in the back.
  4. Once again Herefordshire will end up employing a contractor for the vast majority of a contract that it didn't select. It happened with Jarvis who went rapidly down the pan after they were employed; Amey bought them out, they were never originally selected. I see that the cabinet have expressed concern about the way in which the present contract was procurred: http://councillors.herefordshire.gov.uk/documents/s50019575/Cabinet%20Minutes%2012%20June%202014.pdf ""concern was also expressed that the reprocurement of services previously provided by Amey should not be regarded as an achievement due to the manner in which it was managed." Sold down the river yet again.
  5. http://www.advicenow.org.uk/advicenow-guides/consumer-and-money-problems/dealing-with-bailiffs/bailiffs-powers,10338,FP.html Your rights with the bailiffs.
  6. Yes indeed. We are paying these people to do a job and we have elected you to represent us. Was the officer responsible for the contact present at this interview?
  7. https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/transport-and-highways/maintenance/roads-maintenance-structural-surveys Herefordshire Council's Highway Maintenance Plan says: "Unless weather conditions dictate otherwise, rural verges will be cut twice per year. The first cut will generally be undertaken for completion before the late May bank holiday. The second cut for completion before the August bank holiday. Each cut is to be undertaken during a three week period." Their recent statement on savings in the maintenance budget says: "Rural verge cutting will remain the same. We will continue to keep the highway safe by cutting the visibility splays, carrying out weed spraying and maintaining the trees." So no more two cuts per annum, just visibility splays now. This is like George Orwell.
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