jonesfach

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  • in reply to: LDP statement made by Councillor Morris. #158929

    jonesfach
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    Cllr Morris is just a puppet and really doesn’t want to go against anything that is put forward.

    Bet he hasn’t read through all the objections from the public against the LDP. Most likely others will vote in the same manner.

    There are many many issues with the LDP but it will most likely be railroaded through.

    Land by the fairways and Bryn Estyn lane area along with Ruthin road area has major issues which none of them seem to have grasped!!

    Just another joke for a council to decide on..

    in reply to: Difficult Decisions Survey #158280

    jonesfach
    Participant

    It’s ok to accept a pay rise though…..AGAIN!

    in reply to: Council cut Consultation #157679

    jonesfach
    Participant

    Get rid of the mayor and his assistant, car, secretary for a start. Must be over £100k with all that lot. Biggest waste ever. Let’s move into the modern era not live in the past as these positions are so behind the times.

    in reply to: LDP portal/document #150065

    jonesfach
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    Additional documents have been added and the deadline extended to July 16th.

    I have tried to see what additional docs have been added but I have looked st the docs list and can’t fathom out which ones have just been put on. Can anyone point me to which ones??

    Another well run operation…..NOT!

    in reply to: Ty Pawb – success #147148

    jonesfach
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    There are some quite amusingly bad facebook pages/groups out there in terms of spin/censorship etc but as you say that is in the gifts of the admins – but for the record nothing has been spun / censored on here.

    As for other local news, I would note despite updating for various things Wrexham related today it seems the Leader / Post have not covered today on the day, or Thursday on the day – ITV Wales nowhere, but thankfully the BBC have this indepth report http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-north-east-wales-43611038

    A success. Do you really believe that? Yes for a one day event it’s debatable but long term it definately won’t work….you know that

    in reply to: The Actual Cost of a White Elephant #147147

    jonesfach
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    See the new signage has gone up on Ty Pawb, “market, community and art” facing Chester Street. Presumably they will have similar signage facing towards Tesco so that people driving through the town will see it , no passing traffic on Chester Street !

    Signs for the toilets might be good. Even if the gents are only allowed a no.1. Less money on fireworks and more on getting the W.Cs working. Farce

    Due respect they would have been well more than £1k

    in reply to: The Actual Cost of a White Elephant #147146

    jonesfach
    Participant

    Fireworks — been told they are £10k what a waste- anything less than New Year London/Sydney style fireworks are no longer worth watching- environmentally unfriendly – why not have a light show- something different and no pollution.

    I would be surprised if they were even close to a 10th of that figure assuming it is the same regular supplier who does the lights switch on etc, and does those events very well too IMHO!

    Fireworks for 250 people to watch….£10 k well spent. Thanks Wxm council

    in reply to: The Actual Cost of a White Elephant #147145

    jonesfach
    Participant

    See the new signage has gone up on Ty Pawb, “market, community and art” facing Chester Street. Presumably they will have similar signage facing towards Tesco so that people driving through the town will see it , no passing traffic on Chester Street !

    Signs for the toilets might be good. Even if the gents are only allowed a no.1. Less money on fireworks and more on getting the W.Cs working. Farce

    in reply to: Ty Pawb – Very disappointed :-( #147144

    jonesfach
    Participant

    After visiting this evening I thought I should report on my findings. I went with an open mind and wished it to be a nice pleasant evening.
    I arrived just after 7 to watch the group that were on the main stage. I entered off Che@@@er Street and could see NO signs where to go.??? I ambled around and witnessed a lot of breeze blocks, metal caged fencing and plywood everywhere.
    I stumbled on a bar which was selling drinks into PLASTIC glasses certainly not environmentally friendly….did they expect a football crowd….All I could see were nice pleasant family types…. I suppose there was no chance to wash glasses. So let’s just pollute the environment with more plastic.
    As to the main stage area…it was hardly bigger than my front room with just one way in and out. No seats at the back for anyone to sit on etc. I had my 9 year old with me and she had to stand for the whole set and was struggling to see anything. Family friendly they said?? As for the space…its way too small and should have more than one entry and exit door?? Who designed this place? Music was good yet when I needed the toilet I found that their were no signs anywhere to be seen. Even when in the gents I found the cubicles with an out of order sign. Hence, I had to wriggle over to the 7 stars for a proper job. Why when thousands/millions were spent were gents toilets not properly open??
    Moving forwards how will there be enough trade to keep the place going long term. 4.5 million is an absolute joke. Heads should roll but what do I know!

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