The December meeting of Stoke-on-Trent City Council takes place this Thursday at 5:30pm in the council chamber.
Some interesting public questions for this meeting including ones relating to the offer to tender to run the now close City Farm.
Councillor Paul Breeze has put a motion forward to ask the council to Say No To The Name City Sentral, the motion is seconded by Councillor Lee Wanger
1. Minutes of a previous meeting of the City Council held on 20/10/11
2.Apologies for absence
3.To welcome visitors (if any)
Stoke-on-Trent residents are being urged to make sure their electric blanket is safe to use this autumn and winter by bringing it to a free testing session.
Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service annually carry out one of the largest testing programmes in the country.
Any blankets that fail the testing will be disposed of but anyone over 60 and living in Staffordshire will be offered a brand new single or double under-blanket as a replacement.
Testing will take place at the following venues
Stoke-on-Trent is waking to to a very different political landscape this morning, the morning after the night Labour swept through the new slimmed down chamber taking 34 of the 44 available seats.
As well as the increased majority in the Labour camp we are in a city that is now only represented by 4 of the 10 different parties that stood.
The chamber as elected last night looks like:
There can be no doubt that the present government inherited an absolute mess made by Labour.
We all know that large reductions are needed.
What cannot be accepted is the way in which the Conservative & Lib Dem Government has supported their own areas and attacked Stoke-on-Trent by massive and disproportionate reductions.
An 8% reduction for Stoke and yet only 1.8% for Staffordshire cannot, by anyone’s view, be fair and that surely is what we should expect from a Government that is supposed to govern for the whole country and not just their friends in Tory or Lib Dem areas.
EXPERIENCE. INTEGRITY. DEDICATION.
ONLY CANDIDATE WHO LIVES IN, KNOWS, CARES ABOUT, HAS STAKE IN, AND PROVEN COMMITMENT TO THE AREA.
Since 1995, 15 years voluntary co-founder, driving force and continuing chairman of Hanley One Residents Association.
2003-2007, fully independent “Ëœno party’ city councillor (proud Deputy Elected Mayor, 2003-2005, to Mayor Mike Wolfe).
Terms as local High School, Junior School governor, also Hope Children’s Centre & Hope Centre board member.