Rotherham Local Strategic Partnership – An incomplete answer arrives

— On Fri, 8/6/12, Clark, Michael <Michael.Clark@rotherham.gov.uk> wrote:

From: Clark, Michael <Michael.Clark@rotherham.gov.uk>
Subject: RMBC & LOCAL STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP

To: Don Buxton
Cc: “Hatton, Lesley” <Lesley.Hatton@rotherham.gov.uk>
Date: Friday, 8 June, 2012, 14:45

Dear Mr Buxton,
In response to your recent request to the Council Chief Executive regarding Rotherham Partnership Board action points on the RMBC website, I can confirm that the approved minutes (to Jan 12) are now available on the Rotherham Partnership downloads page found at: http://www.rotherham.gov.uk/downloads/10010/partnerships
Kind regards
Michael Clark
Partnership Officer
Rotherham Partnership
Riverside House
Rotherham
South Yorkshire
S60 1AE
Tel: 01709 254432
Email: michael.clark@rotherham.gov.uk
Rotherham Partnership – Working with the people of Rotherham to help them to be healthy, happy and fulfilled
Our priorities for 2011-2014 are:

Ensuring the best start in life for children and families
Supporting those who are vulnerable in our community
Supporting the growth of a sustainable and competitive local economy

Don Buxton responded by return thus:

Dear Mr Clark,

Thank you for your prompt response and information contained therein which I shall peruse in significant detail and with considerable interest.

The highly-paid Chief Executive has failed to fully answer that part of my original question which I have highlighted. Perhaps you are able to complete the job that he has clearly failed to undertake?

“Please explain why the meeting notes are more than two years out of date and where I can find the meeting notes for years 2011 and 2012 to present date. Your prompt reply and supply of information will be greatly appreciated”.

I look forward to your further response and information.

Yours Sincerely,
Donald H. Buxton

Previously: Rotherham Local Strategic Partnership – More Website Issues!

2 thoughts on “Rotherham Local Strategic Partnership – An incomplete answer arrives

  1. Couldn’t resist bringing attention to bear on these aspirations for Rotherham Partnership:

    Ensuring the best start in life for children and families
    Supporting those who are vulnerable in our community

    Sounds very hollow to this reader, in view of the disgraceful saga reported on recently, by Rotherham Politics!

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