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  • in reply to: Signing of Co-operation Protocol #144014

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    So… were the mayor and deputy busy? If so, who would we have wanted to sign? Who would we have been accepting to sign? Going to go on for years and given it’s not political stance but social, who would be best placed. No question, should have been the mayor or maybe the head of The department that looks after whoever looks after the councillors. Probably holds no water anyway.

    in reply to: Councillors Guildhall Car Park #144012

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    Think I mentioned booking of spaces early on, this mans clearly taking the mick. Being ‘ordinary’ I don’t have the subsequent ego required to be a top manager or councillor but i can see the wood for the trees. Don’t know his game but all he’s done is taken objective options for seriously deluded rank and file solutions. Whatever your name is, you don’t need to drop documents off, agile working and investment in paperless working should avoid that. Jesus, I can’t believe I’m even responding to such argument. Ask the people… 10 yrs ago, essential users and proximity parking. It’s not necessary now and it’s certainly not consistent. Just think of the health benefits to the aged population of councillors who may benefit from walking from the library or Crown spaces 😂 win win. If a public officer won’t make the effort to attend on the basis of paying and walking, given they can book or claim back, what’s their incentive to do for the people?

    in reply to: Council staff parking at Crown Buildings #143439

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    Staff parking is, as you are correct Councillor X, nothing compared to the Groves but my mama always said take care of the pennies…
    It’s about fairness, that’s all. We’re all in the same boat, shit creek is only one wrong turn away and if parking, being nothing, can at least imply we’re all on the same side then surely it’s better be part of an army than a renegade.

    in reply to: Councillors Guildhall Car Park #143135

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    If the car park is under-utilised then it’s lost income. When members agree attendance at a scheduled meeting then maybe withdraw access to the public such as full council meetings or exec board meetings. If attendance is known then a space can be allocated or booked? Let’s apply a bit of common sense and grant a space for said meeting, presumably to avoid the extra admin in claiming parking as an expense. That way you can maximise income when its empty. Makes too much sense maybe….
    As far as managers go they are employees and should be treated the same as the rest.

    in reply to: Councillors Guildhall Car Park #142958

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    If Councillor X is not a wind up I’ll eat my hat. That attitude is deplorable and if that’s the train of thought throughout the chamber I feel there will be no difficult decisions made after all. Time management, useful tool when you need to be somewhere, work it like the rest of us.

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