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Response to Herts County Council Consultation on Suggested Cuts to Bus Services

Councillor Robin Parker CC

Message from Cllr Robin Parker CC

Whilst I, and the other 15 Liberal Democrat county councillors on HCC, will of course take note of the responses to the public consultation on possible bus service cuts, my initial view is that I oppose these suggested cuts. If implemented, the cuts . . . → Read More: Response to Herts County Council Consultation on Suggested Cuts to Bus Services

Letter Published in Advertiser – Repentant Cllr Burrell?

Councillor Robin Parker CC

You report correctly (Advertiser, 18 June) about the unprecedented disruption of my public Residents’ Meeting, on 21January 2013, at the Church of St. Hugh and St. John, Mobbsbury Way, by Chells Labour councillor Burrell, and the subsequent belated decision in my favour by the Labour dominated Standards Committee of . . . → Read More: Letter Published in Advertiser – Repentant Cllr Burrell?

Unfinished junction works due to “contractor incompetence”

Cllr Robin Parker and Cllr Graham Snell at the Mobbsbury Way junction

The road widening works at the junction of Fairlands Way/Mobbsbury Way, apparently under the control of Hope and Clay, are still not finished, more than 2 years after they should have been completed. Local Chells county councillor and Manor borough councillor, . . . → Read More: Unfinished junction works due to “contractor incompetence”

Labour Councillor Burrell Shamed By Official Report

Councillor Robin Parker CC

After a delay of 18 months, largely caused by incompetence by council officials, Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) Standards Committee eventually sent its report on Chells Labour borough councillor Howard Burrell to full council at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 10.6.2014. The main findings of the report were that . . . → Read More: Labour Councillor Burrell Shamed By Official Report

LIBERAL DEMOCRATS VOTE AGAINST LABOUR’S LATEST MAYOR

At the Stevenage Borough Council Annual General Meeting on 10.6.2014, the 3 strong Liberal Democrat Opposition group voted against the imposition of yet another Labour mayor and Deputy, and had their votes recorded against the decision.

Leader of the Liberal Democrat Opposition, Cllr. Robin Parker, said that the vote against was not necessarily against . . . → Read More: LIBERAL DEMOCRATS VOTE AGAINST LABOUR’S LATEST MAYOR

Household waste recycling sites set for the chop!

A week after the local elections the Conservative run county council has announced they plan to award a new commercial contract to run its Household Waste sites that will mean two will close and others will see a massive reduction in opening hours with sites closing at 4pm and two day closures.

. . . → Read More: Household waste recycling sites set for the chop!