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Coalville bid rejected.

by admin on 30 March, 2011

The Coalville bid, which was an extra tax on all businesses in Coalville was rejected by 58 votes to 70. The idea behind the bid was to raise extra taxes from local businesses to supposively help revitalise the town. Many businesses were very sceptical and did not see the bid helping enough to increase trade […]

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Local businesses in Coalville have reacted angrily to another tax levy on businesses to help improve the Town after years of neglect by previous Labour and the current Tory Council. Local businesses are currently being balloted at the moment to see if they are prepared to pay an extra tax levy, which is supposed to […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt proposed an amendment to the Conservative budget at the District Council tonight after the administration failed to include issues that local people had expressed their concerns about. Labour and Conservative Councillors voted against the below proposals, which would of helped to go some way to revitalised our Town. Items included, Free parking […]

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Council fail to keep our bins empty!

by admin on 13 February, 2011

Many local residents have contacted the Liberal Democrat Focus team over the Council’s failure to empty rubbish bins in the local area. For days many bins have been left overflowing with rubbish. Lesley Bowler a local resident has today attacked the Council for not making sure the bins in our streets are emptied every week. […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt has called on the Conservative controlled District Council to support the Coalition Governments changes to Car Parking charges, by reviewing the current charges set in Coalville, which is having a detrimental affect on local businesses. Some local small businesses have reported over a 20% reduction in sales during 2010. Mr Pickles has […]

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Local residents have once again complained bitterly at the Council’s lack of policy to help make sure our roads and footpaths are properly gritted. Many locals have found themselves becoming prisoners in their own homes. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “It’s disgusting that once again the council have an out dated policy, which is based on […]

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Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year.

by admin on 12 December, 2010

Your local Councillors, Michael Wyatt, Julie Roberts, Dominic McGill & Lesley Bowler would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year. Lesley Bowler said, “I along with my colleagues would like to thank everyone for their continued support. We have managed yet again to help many local residents, and continue […]

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Over 98% who have voted in our straw poll are against Tory Plans for a New Council Headquarters in North West Leicestershire. The Tories have said they would like a new Council headquarters, which would mean over £1 Million of our money being wasted at a time when they are making cuts of over 25%. […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt has received many messages of support from former Labour and Tories voters, after exposing the Labour hypocrisy over their attempt to blame the Precinct owners for the failure of any progress in making Coalville a better place. After visiting local residents in Coalville. Cllr Wyatt said, “It’s typical of Labour, they think […]

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Spending review news!

by admin on 20 October, 2010

Labour left the country’s finances in ruins. Make no mistake, these are Labour’s cuts. Because of Labour’s failings, we now have to fork out a whopping £120 million per day just to repay the interest on our debt. Labour went on a ‘trolley dash’ and left us at the checkout on election night to pay […]

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