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LIBERAL DEMOCRATS MAKE THE RUNNING AT STEVENAGE COUNCIL

With only 3 borough councillors, as opposed to 33 Labour members at Stevenage Borough Council (SBC), the Liberal Democrats continue to be the main opposition group in terms of issues raised – as we have been since 1981.

In the last two full council meetings alone (8.10.2014 and 10.12.2014), we have, for example:

Raised . . . → Read More: LIBERAL DEMOCRATS MAKE THE RUNNING AT STEVENAGE COUNCIL

Letter to Stevenage Midweek Mercury concerning Government Debt

Letter to the Editor of the Midweek Mercury from Cllr Robin Parker CC.

The Editor

Stevenage Midweek Mercury

Cllr Robin Parker CC

Dear Sir

I will not be taking any lessons in the UK’s financial management from Labour spokesperson Chris York (Your Views, Midweek Mercury, 17 December), particularly when he quotes percentages . . . → Read More: Letter to Stevenage Midweek Mercury concerning Government Debt

Success over Litter And Dog Bin Emptying by Stevenage Council

Cllr Robin Parker CC

Following the highlighting last week, by Robin Parker, of the fact that litter and dog waste bins were overflowing across Stevenage, because they had not been emptied, Robin has now been told by senior council officials that the cut in bin emptying from weekly to . . . → Read More: Success over Litter And Dog Bin Emptying by Stevenage Council

Completion of Highways Schemes in Chells, Chells Manor & Mobbsbury

Cllr Robin Parker CC

Monday 15 December saw the complete re-surfacing of Frobisher Drive in Mobbsbury and, with it, completion of the final highways construction and repair schemes for 14/15. These schemes were chosen by Chells County Councillor Robin Parker, to be paid for from his annual £90,000 Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) Highways . . . → Read More: Completion of Highways Schemes in Chells, Chells Manor & Mobbsbury

Shirley Williams Back In Town

Baroness Shirley Williams attended a dinner for about 60 local North Herts and Stevenage activists at Hitchin Priory on Friday evening, 5 December.

Shirley spoke about some of the problems of operating within the Coalition government, facing up to the cuts in government spending necessitated by the previous Labour government’s reckless borrowing, the party’s prospects . . . → Read More: Shirley Williams Back In Town

Successful Chells Residents’ Meeting

About 20 local Chells residents, and two local police officers, gathered at the Chells Manor Community Centre, Emperor’s Gate, on the evening of 1 December, to attend the latest in a series of Residents’ Meetings, organized by borough and county councillor Robin Parker, borough councillor Andy McGuinness and borough councillor Graham Snell. The room . . . → Read More: Successful Chells Residents’ Meeting