99DylanJones

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  • in reply to: Wrexham Council #136406

    99DylanJones
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    If the young girl is Porcha I suggest you read all the comments about her especially from her mum. She is

    in reply to: Wrexham Council #136268

    99DylanJones
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    Wrexham Council have shot themselves in the foot on this issues – as mentioned on separate thread about Travellers- Irish Travellers would likely have protected nationality on their side.

    Some readers may remember the very long running saga that Wrexham Council got into with the Berry family who were travellers that set up home on the lane by Clywedog School – that cost the Council £100’sK trying to get them moved from their own land and lasted years.

    Will they soon to start adding legal costs onto the security cost the Council are already paying.

    in reply to: Houseproud Scheme #136220

    99DylanJones
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    Glad there has been clarification as the original story made reference to funding loan from Vibrant and Viable which is restricted to town centre only and not other areas of the County.

    in reply to: Houseproud Scheme #136141

    99DylanJones
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    The scheme only applies to certain parts of Wrexham it is not across the whole County- not very equitable as we all pay taxes and rates

    in reply to: Mosque For Civic Award? #136113

    99DylanJones
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    It’s a bit late for Mr Strange to raise this now after so many years since the Miners was sold — perhaps he should have raised the issue at the time when the building first came on the market. Perhaps he should be asking those that were Trustees of the building when it was sold did they give any money to the Mine Heritage Group based at Bersham Colliery or will they donate to the preservation of the unique Mine Rescue Centre by Wrexham Warehouse Project. Did any of the money raised from the sale actually stay in Wrexham or did it go into the coffers of the NUM or other Union funds.

    in reply to: Where will Travellers rest next? #135807

    99DylanJones
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    Easy solution move to the Groves Site- wait a week and Council will come and give you toilets, skip and if you are really lucky people will want to help you!!

    As the Council are leeting the ‘campers stay’ then no fear of being evicted – if they get a Court Injunction then the travellers only need to put a counter discrimination claim and the Council will find themselves in Court..

    in reply to: 'SPRING BOARD' DESPERATE GIBBERISH #135386

    99DylanJones
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    Surely another element is depending on how welcoming or not Lord Street is and whether people dodge one part of a town compered to another. A single location measurement is not a statistical way of whole town footfall on a single location. Surely to get a true picture of the town figures from Eagles Meadow, supermarkets and car parking should all be in the mix. Otherwise they should just be open and state the footfall at a given point is xxx

    in reply to: Still wasting our money, does anyone care? #135139

    99DylanJones
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    https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/union_facilities#incoming-469426

    FOI January 2014 showing how much Unions cost ratepayers in Wrexham

    Corporate & Customer Services (Human Resources) Department does some of the information requested.

    1. Thank you for your reply re Union Facilities; I am seeking clarity on the following – You refer to staff being on secondment to the Unions — what is the cost to the Council for this time – I am assuming that there is a cost as you only refer to the Unions paying for administration.

    Annual budget – £52,900 for 3 seconded officers, representing the Council’s three recognised trade unions. This includes superannuation, NI on costs plus costs on resources.

    in reply to: Still wasting our money, does anyone care? #135137

    99DylanJones
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    Part of an FOI on the cost of Unions

    Corporate & Customer Services (Human Resources) Department does some of the information requested.

    1. Thank you for your reply re Union Facilities; I am seeking clarity on the following – You refer to staff being on secondment to the Unions — what is the cost to the Council for this time – I am assuming that there is a cost as you only refer to the Unions paying for administration.

    Annual budget – £52,900 for 3 seconded officers, representing the Council’s three recognised trade unions. This includes superannuation, NI on costs plus costs on resources.

    Full response:- https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/union_facilities#incoming-469426

    10th January 2014


    99DylanJones
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    Why not share with Flintshire,cost saving and there are already lots of services covering both counties.

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