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Archive for the ‘Oaks In Charnwood’ Category

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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Cllr Michael Wyatt, Leader of the Liberal Democrats accused the Tory Administration of travelling down a road of no return at the full council meeting. He also accused the Tories of trying to make North West Leicestershire District Council irrelevant, which in turn means Noth West Leicestershire District Councils future may be under threat. The […]

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Since Cllr Michael Wyatt launched his campaign to save our District Council from Tory destruction, over 500 local residents have so far signed a petition supporting Michael’s and his colleagues stance to stop the Tory cuts, and their proposal to spend up to £1 million on a new posh Council Office. Michael said, “I am […]

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The GMB trade Union have published a list of local Authoirties in the East Midlands who have failed to collect the full amount of council tax and business rates. North West Leicestershire District Council still has £1.3 million uncollected. Cllr Michael Wyatt Leader of the Liberal Democrat group on the Council said, “It’s clear the […]

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Cllr Michael Wyatt Leader of the North West Leicestershire Liberal Democrat Group has attacked the Tory District Council’s plans to sell off the current District Council, spend millions on a new building, and possibly make hundreds of staff redundant after the leader Richard Blunt publicly said the administration was looking at a new sight at […]

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Local residents have yet again been complaining about the poor grass cutting service within the local area, which is provided by the contractors of the Leicestershire County Council. Many grass verges are looking uncut and messy. The Tories have for a number of years cut back on the amount of times our grass verges can […]

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Hope not Hate in Coalville.

by superadmin on 28 March, 2010

Hope not Hate visited Coalville yesterday where over 15,000 leaflets were delivered to local residents as part of their National Day of Action. Cllr Michael Wyatt said, “It was fantastic to see so many local people taking part in delivering a message to local people. Over 40 people turned out to help spread the message […]

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