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  • in reply to: Make up of new Executive Board. #219487

    thetown
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    With not taking much interest in Local politics whos idea was the executive board and how many years has it been going,also if we have 52 councilors do they get to vote on every subject or just the ones they are allowed,Also do other councils work the same way or is it just Wrexham.

    in reply to: Wrexham Council’s Money Tree #214295

    thetown
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    That is so funny! Just one question what is the purpose of a talking bin or lamp post?

    in reply to: Wrexham Council’s Money Tree #214294

    thetown
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    I see the council are putting down a cycle path and a walking path on the old railway line in Rhostyllen in front of the new houses on the old foundry they have been working on it for 2 weeks already and I can see them being there for another month.How much is that costing?I go for another 7% rise in council tax as that is now the normal and we never protest about anything just the odd moan.

    in reply to: 2022 What Will Happen in Wrexham? #213627

    thetown
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    Another 7.5% rise in our council taxes.our leader will tell us he has done everthing to keep it down to this but money is tight even with the extra funding from South wales.

    in reply to: Newbridge Landslip Update: Road Closed Until 2023 #208694

    thetown
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    So what about the enviromental side of things the amount of traffic mainly doing an extra 15 miles on a journey all that extra pollution going through small towns and villages.Our welsh parliament love to put there name to our air pollution policies but then ignore this.

    in reply to: JCB love-in #207505

    thetown
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    FRom what I gather the wage will be much more than that with allowances but not as good as the full time staff,

    in reply to: Wrexham chief executive pay to go up to £140,675 #205030

    thetown
    Participant

    I think you are wrong on so many fronts have a search online and it tells you the yearly packages of the welsh chief executives and the pension package that they have been given.In year 19-20 Cardifs council chief executive Paul Orders had a salary of £180,423 and a pension of £42,399 a total of £222,822.The proceeds of a pension are not always paid out on retirement some people these days are doing a CETV(cash transfer) at 55 and coming out of the pension they can then invest the money as one lump sum and take out 25% tax free.And still carry on working with no pension.

    in reply to: Vaccine roll-out – Where & how many? #202398

    thetown
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    No the four cases that I know of recently had pre booked at least a week before bit of a joke I think.

    in reply to: Vaccine roll-out – Where & how many? #202393

    thetown
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    Iam 53 years of age my girlfriend who lives with me who is younger is having the vaccine on April 8th when they rang her up she asked about me and they told her that I should ring up in a couple of weeks and see if I can make an appointment depending on supplies,but a gent I work with is 45 in good health lives in England but had his in Chirk three days ago.So when they say we are keeping the vaccine for the over 50s it is not true how many times do you see friends of friends on facebook making comments that they have had the vaccine they are in the late 20s and are either not working or work in the spar.

    in reply to: Wrexham Football Club appoint Fleur Robinson as new CEO #201754

    thetown
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    You say it is not the owners or management that will take us forward but the players,but if the players the manager brings in are not good enough or better still the tactics the manager uses are not bringing the best out of players then whos fault is that.Just hope in the near future our club gets back its pride and we move away from Darlington and Keates kick and rush game.

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