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  • in reply to: Ruthin Road Traveller site – Just a stones throw away! #157627

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    Well said, See they took my earlier post down for expressing the same sentiment in different way … PC madness prevails.

    in reply to: Household Waste being put into, and by public bins. #157590

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    Very soon you will not get household rubbish into public bins, they will be full of green garden waste. so fill your boots.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157580

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    I stand corrected, and will in future utilise rubbish.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157566

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    The £30 green bin charge is not a PROPOSAL Matt, its already in place and being paid.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157560

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    The obvious outcome of ANY reduction in refuge collection, green or otherwise will be an increase in fly tipping.Its already evident that the council cannot empty the public bins with any regularity. Its going to put this green environment policy … in the bin.

    in reply to: 3 Week Bins #157554

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    Having paid my £30.00 for the additional green bin, April 2018, BOTH of which are filled and emptied on a two week cycle. I am dismayed to hear that there are thoughts abounding, that NO green bins will be emptied from November – March. I assume, if adopted, this will be effective from November 2019. I can almost buy into the idea, but only if that means that the household bins are emptied EVERY week over the period of NO green bin collections. How much do the council think this “Perceived Reduction” in service save … if anything. Grasping at Straws, whilst indulging in vanity projects such as Ty Pawb, Needless Street Resurfacing, Fireworks at the drop of a hat

    in reply to: Wrexham Council -Local Heritage? thats scary. #157413

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    See the Public Consultation period CLOSED yesterday, a day BEFORE the Heritage Strategy Report was was “released” and the day before Wrexham.com carried the article. Dosent do much to bolster confidence, does it?

    in reply to: Household Waste being put into, and by public bins. #157294

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    The “take home” idea could surely apply to all. and every bit of rubbish that is placed into a public waste bin. If taken to it’s conclusion, that would then render the waste bins redundant. What is this apparent need to blame someone, or some group, invariably, a group that the “finger pointing blamer” does not belong, for all the obvious short falls of this incompetent council, and the tasks they continually screw up, Never yet seen a dog poop out a coke can, or a plastic pop bottle. or a mucky D Box. or a ….

    in reply to: Household Waste being put into, and by public bins. #157279

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    Its a bin, put rubbish into it, when its full empty it, if it takes a week, a day, a month to fill, no problem, just empty it. Not seen any with washing machines, wardrobes or welsh dressers in. Stop looking to blame the public for yet another service this council cannot organise and refuses to pay for.

    in reply to: Does Wrexham Council have, or have access to, a vacum truck #157273

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    Its another instance of cost cutting without taking into account the longer term impact of such cuts, infrastructure damage, road hazard/accidents at times of heaven rain, flooding to shops and homes. The council have an undisputible duty of care with regards this type of issue. It would indeed be an interesting court/legal dispute, if a property was flooded and route cause could be attributed to lack of maintenance by the council. If they have the machinery to clean them ie vacuum trucks, CLEAN THEM, Its your bloody job.

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