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    wxmlad
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    Wrexham is fast becoming known as the “gold standard” in the region in caring for / supporting homeless drug users whereas other areas have closed their services due to cuts (I guess the council is doing something right!)

    Great news for the zombies of the north west, they will soon have the freedom of the old town centre. Most people I know would never set foot in Wrexham ever again

    When the local councilors start canvassing just tell them you will vote for anyone other than the sitting councilor as they are partly to blame for destroying our once great town

    #129163
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
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    I guess he must not have recognised me.

    Or perhaps he did.

    #129164

    Interested
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    Interesting Nen…..it’s only through questions will we get the answers.

    Personally think that we need exclusion zones. They have them in Merseyside and other areas where town centres, transport hubs have a zero tolerance areas for anti social behaviour whether that is alcohol, drugs etc. Our Town Centre needs to made a welcoming place not one where the first impression is one of a troubled, bleak town. A lot of onus is on the police who need to clamp down and show a presence.

    The local authority needs to establish by laws and enforce them. It’s not just the transport hub it’s the green outside the guildhall, it’s seems to be anywhere and everywhere in the town centre. This administration seem oblivious to the problem and ill equipped to come up with a solution. I disagree with the ….don’t vote for the incumbent Councillor as there are quite a few who are passionate and good people. I think they are just poorly led by an executive board who are officer led and devoid of any ideas.

    I personally could not be a Councillor….love my job too much. But am interested in the inner workings. I don’t get how everyone thinks being a Councillor is a high paid job and with all the criticism that they get….I’m guilty of it….don’t see the attraction of being shot to pieces for that salary.

    #129165

    Nen
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    Interesting Nen…..it’s only through questions will we get the answers.

    Personally think that we need exclusion zones. They have them in Merseyside and other areas where town centres, transport hubs have a zero tolerance areas for anti social behaviour whether that is alcohol, drugs etc. Our Town Centre needs to made a welcoming place not one where the first impression is one of a troubled, bleak town. A lot of onus is on the police who need to clamp down and show a presence.

    The local authority needs to establish by laws and enforce them. It’s not just the transport hub it’s the green outside the guildhall, it’s seems to be anywhere and everywhere in the town centre. This administration seem oblivious to the problem and ill equipped to come up with a solution. I disagree with the ….don’t vote for the incumbent Councillor as there are quite a few who are passionate and good people. I think they are just poorly led by an executive board who are officer led and devoid of any ideas.

    I personally could not be a Councillor….love my job too much. But am interested in the inner workings. I don’t get how everyone thinks being a Councillor is a high paid job and with all the criticism that they get….I’m guilty of it….don’t see the attraction of being shot to pieces for that salary.

    Exclusion zones is a great idea!

    Another idea I came up with, which could be combined with yours, is building a purpose built short-term “cell” in the town centre similar to the old “Round House” in Ruabon. Anyone caught under the influence of substances could be locked up for, say, 24 hours in there. It would need to have a water supply of course and a basic toilet facility. Maybe the detox would do them good and whilst they are in there they are not bothering anyone else. More effective than a fine which they can’t pay anyway.

    #129183
    Owain Glyndwr
    Owain Glyndwr
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    I wonder what the zombies will make of the Dragon tomorrow?

    To be born Welsh is to be born privileged, not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but with music in your blood, and poetry in your soul.

    #129197

    wxmlad
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    I wonder what the zombies will make of the Dragon tomorrow?

    To be born Welsh is to be born privileged, not with a silver spoon in your mouth, but with music in your blood, and poetry in your soul.

    Have you been on the black mamba?

    #129204
    AMA Express
    AMA Express
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    Anyone caught under the influence of substances could be locked up for, say, 24 hours in there. It would need to have a water supply of course and a basic toilet facility. Maybe the detox would do them good and whilst they are in there they are not bothering anyone else. More effective than a fine which they can’t pay anyway.

    Isn’t that what the LLPD are already being paid to do in their Custody Suite ? They very rarely have “No Vacancies” signs on the doors.

    #129260

    Nen
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    OK, another idea….flood the town centre streets with uniformed police – maximum visible presence.

    I went to London the other day after the Westminster attack and they have done just that, and it really makes you feel safe.

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    dagg
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    OK, another idea….flood the town centre streets with uniformed police – maximum visible presence.

    I went to London the other day after the Westminster attack and they have done just that, and it really makes you feel safe.

    Come on, you are being silly now. the only time you see police on the street is when their is a football match.

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