Dear Rotherham Friends,
Well the inevitable financial sparrows have come home to roost at Town Hall Towers.
There’s a plan afoot to “change” the hours that libraries are open. In my book I smell a cut coming on.
This teeming and ladling was inevitable as the Corn Fed Grunters, Muppets and Clowns decided to fund their Leedah’s profligate pet project like Dodger’s “Books-4-Babbiz”, aka Dolly Twin Peaks Library, and of course the annual junket known as the Mayor’s Feast, for which the Councillors get a free feed, reminiscent of Mr Creosote.
Also don’t forget that Dodger’s muckers in the “Independent Remuneration Panel” have continually said that Dodger and his band of oafs should receive more bunce than Sheffield City Councillors, and Dodger’s greed hasn’t felt able to turn down this golden gifthorse.
Anyway here’s news of “consultations” across the Borough. I intend to make my hostility plain to any cuts at all to the library on my manor.
Shush, silence in the Library, please.
Libraries Review Consultation Documents,
— On Wed, 20/6/12, Royston, Kathryn <Kathryn.Royston@rotherham.gov.uk> wrote:
From: Royston, Kathryn <Kathryn.Royston@rotherham.gov.uk>
Subject: FW: Libraries Review Consultation
Date: Wednesday, 20 June, 2012, 11:33
Libraries Review Consultation
I have been asked to forward the attached documents which are about the consultation that will be taking place as part of the Library review. Please have a look at the attached Appendix C and please consider attending one of the consultation events.
Also please circulate as appropriate to your networks.
If you have any queries please contact Zahid Qureshie on Zahid.email@example.com or 01709 823889.
Community Engagement Officer
Commissioning, Policy and Performance
Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council
Riverside House, Main Street , Rotherham , S60 1AE