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Labour reacts to Green u-turn on Mazda Fountain

The-Mazda-fountain-by-Dominic-Alves-on-Flickr_1_.jpgIn reaction to the Green administration’s u-turn on the Mazda Fountain, Councillor Warren Morgan, Leader of the Labour and Co-operative Group, said:

The Greens have maintained that there were no plans to remove the Mazda Fountain, even in response to the petition from 1,500 residents calling for it to be saved at the Council meeting on Thursday 26 March.

Hours later, Ian Davey, in another last minute act before he leaves the council, sticks two fingers up at those residents and tells them it is going, to be replaced by a series of eco-friendly gullies that will quickly clog with litter. We will stop it.

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commented 2015-03-28 16:58:17 +0000
Not surprised, Ian Davey has his own agenda regardless of residents wishes! He is intent on bankrupting our town!

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