Residents have received a seemingly anonymous letter through their letterboxes ‘alerting’ them to the possible travellers site on Eastwood Rd. Travelers sites can be a very emotive subject, however, putting the fact the Council are legally required to provide travellers pitches, I think in this case questions really should be asked as to why despite […]
This week I’ve received a letter from NALC (National Association of Local Councils). One item in the letter writes about ‘Strengthening and promoting local democracy’ You might remember I briefly wrote last year about why I’m not average and the NALC goes on to write in it’s letter this year about one of it’s priorities […]
Monday night I attended Rayleigh Town Council, Full Council meeting. It was slightly more interesting than usual as some new ideas were put forward and one noteworthy item was that of the private security that the Council recently trialled before Christmas. The reception of ‘part-time, private security’ has been met with mixed reaction from the […]
I’ve recently attended the EALC training for CCTV. Although we are withdrawing the CCTV from Rayleigh, this might be useful in the future. Who knows?!
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There’s still time to comment or object to the issues and options document. Don’t know what to say? Let me know and I’ll happily provide some guidance. Visit www.rochford.gov.uk/iao for more information
Occasionally, I get to celebrate a success and I’ve been doing just that since the by-election in Downhall & Rawreth. Our candidate, Craig Cannell, was elected with a huge vote share of 77%. My joy, not one of beating the Tories (which is high on my list) but also that we have a Councillor that I […]