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Sunday, 14 March 2010

Questions that residents are asking about Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

Why are council house tenants who have declared their intention to vote NO for the transfer of housing stock NOT receiving voting papers?
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One resident quoted 30 names of residents who have NOT received voting papers.
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Are Council officials more concerned with the outcome of their pension than the interests of residents?
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This applies to pending cuts and the transfer of housing stock.
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Will the number of councillors be reduced?
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With no council tenants they will perhaps have less responsibilities.
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What is going happen to the council care homes?
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What is being done about the rat problem in Neath?
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Residents have noticed lots of rats at night in certain areas of the town. Rubblish and litter is not helping matters. One councillor reports that the workforce clearing litter in a specific area has been reduced from 9 workmen to 3 workmen.
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What is being done to clean up the town of Neath?
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Residents claim that Neath is a disgrace to the Council. In particular the amount of chewing gum on the walkways is appalling.
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Is it true that the council's investment loss to all Banks and institutions is more like £80Million rather than just the reported £20Million with the Icesave Bank? Is the true figure being kept from the public?
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Are council officials giving preferential treatment (for improvements) to areas covered by Labour councillors - are they being fair?
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Was the Gwyn Hall covered for fire insurance? Or are council tax payers paying for the repair costs? The same question applies to the Afan Lido.
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If any MP or Councillor can answer these questions we will be pleased to inform residents.
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The longer these questions remain unanswered the more residents will become dissatisfied. No doubt they will express their dissatisfaction at forthcoming elections.

Source the excellent Neath Ferret http://www.neathferret.co.uk/

I elected I will call for an immediate independent investigation in the runnings of Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council.

Kevin

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