May 27, 2013 at 12:00 pm #59503
thewayneinspainMemberwxm;6532 wrote:If people of Wrexham consistently say that they are not being listened to, and the County is not delivering what it should, finding an alternative way of raising these questions, and putting the issues centre stage, is essential.
but there is no evidence at the moment to say that the people of wrexham are saying they are not being listened to.May 28, 2013 at 6:35 pm #59531
These forums strongly suggest the people of Wrexham are not being listened to, people I talk to directly say that they are not being listened to, and the education and economic data shows a sharp declineJune 6, 2013 at 7:17 am #59532
The Wales Commission on Devolution, Wrexham meeting, finished on three statements, one said:
“The lack of devolution dividend over 13 years suggests that the political class in Wales needs to focus on using the extensive powers it already has to focus most specifically on the economy, health, and education”.
That is giving the Assembly clear guidance and/or instruction?
The start of this thread, poses ten questions to Wrexham. Those are simply underlined by this Commission statement? While the Assembly wrestles with itself, Wrexham can press on, and answers are in tools and strategies such as a Single Integrated plan.June 13, 2013 at 10:19 pm #59533
Since “consultations” became a lawful requirement, or the probabilities of due diligence demanded them, how many have WCBC carried out and/or presided over?
What was the outcome of each of those consultations?June 13, 2013 at 10:38 pm #59504
thewayneinspainMemberwxm;7044 wrote:Since “consultations” became a lawful requirement, or the probabilities of due diligence demanded them, how many have WCBC carried out and/or presided over?
What was the outcome of each of those consultations?
have you asked them?
And whose fault is it, if they aren’t being done?June 22, 2013 at 6:52 am #59534
The ten questions listed at the start of this thread become ever more relevant as time goes on. While the Council start to address one economic issue, the markets, they would do well to work through the issues raised publicly in these forums – one by one, and with a positive aptitude bring solutions and positive change.October 1, 2014 at 7:58 am #59535
@sam 6395 wrote:
So, what is this topic trying to address ?
Is it trying to create a top ten points of issue that the WCBC’s residents see’s that it is important for Wrexham’s future ? Then set a priority for them ?
Then, obviously, who to address and hold responsible for taking ‘our’ action plan forward ?
Or is this too simplistic ?
These 10 questions were posted with the hope of creating some real debate in the public domain, and to highlight the need to generate more money in the local economy for all for the long term. Sam’s observation sums up the why, with a new Council Leader it would be heartening to hear his vision to drive forward a local dynamic and growing economy, that increases jobs and earnings, and revenues (and spending in the locality) that will support all in the community
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