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  • in reply to: Congratulations to Shaun Stocker BEM #161110

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    Well said Matt and congratulations Shaun !

    in reply to: Difficult Decisions Survey #160874

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    Wrexham Council have had some extra money in their settlement from the Welsh Assembly, so some of the “Difficult Decisions” can be reviewed. Wonder which ones the Council will prioritise?

    in reply to: Wrexham Council Loans Over Locals Scandals #160699

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    Looks like this form of short term loan generates income. How much additional income has Wrexham Council received in the last five years? The figure should be public knowledge in the annual accounts ?

    in reply to: Ty Pawb summary reports #159863

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    Footfall included the 10,000 people who were there on the opening day , not a figure likely to be achieved again. Can’t see any expenditure figures for wages , utilities etc.

    in reply to: New Yellow Lines #159406

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    Now some businesses in town have discovered they can’t have deliveries because of newly painted yellow lines on the pavement! Someone in Council must take the responsibility for this. Any new prohibition orders should have been published and approved. Looks like more money to be spent burning them off!

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    in reply to: Business Rates in Wales #159402

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    No mention in the extra funding promised by Welsh Assembly of any specific support for the Business Rates reduction to make a level playing field with England.

    in reply to: HMOs #159212

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    HMO’s provide the only living space for people who occupy them . Most consist of a bedroom ( only private space for an individual) with shared kitchens and bathrooms. Not only do they cook in the kitchens but also do their washing and drying. These are not students who have a main home elsewhere. In the 21st Century surely we should be providing a better minimum standard of accommodation for people.

    in reply to: LDP statement made by Councillor Morris. #158921

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    Covenants can be removed by application to the Lands Tribunal. There is a mechanism but no guarantee of success and there are also substantial costs involved by both sides.

    in reply to: Universal Credit Furthers Pressure on Local Budget #158722

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    Paying the benefit monthly in arrears is a flawed system. Making Univesal Credit a fortnightly benefit and rental payments paid directly to landlords would ease the problem.

    in reply to: Trail of Poppies #158719

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    Well done to the very young man playing the Last Post at the police Rememberance service earlier in the week.

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