Libraries – RMBC Cabinet Minutes for 4th July

Dear Rotherham Friends,

Well the decidedly dodgy Corn Fed Grunters, Muppets and Clowns at Town Hall Towers can’t say that when they slash my highly-successful Wickersley Library’s opening hours by more than 10% after their supposed “consultation” that no-one gave them any views and opinions in direct opposition to their latest piece of civic and literary vandalism.

Here for posterity and information are the RMBC Cabinet Minutes for 4th July when I publically asked the higher-paid-than-Sheffield-City-Councillor and junketing-mad RMBC Cabinet why my Wickersley community is proposed to be so nastily and vindictively disadvantaged –

http://moderngov.rotherham.gov.uk/mgConvert2PDF.aspx?ID=11002&T=1

I did follow up with a demand for the “Local Needs Assessment” report which Cabinet Member Cllr Amy Rushforth decided to hide behind and to rely on as her shield for defence in her answer to me.

Those of you who know me, are quite well aware, even if the Corn Fed Grunters, Muppets and Clowns are not, that this document will be obtained from them either the easy way or the hard way, and that I’m not bothered which way it comes – but come it most certainly will.

I would advise and urge anyone who has an opinion on the way that their community is governed by these Corn Fed Grunters, Muppets and Clowns to e-mail and challenge and scrutinise those who seek highly-paid public office to govern us with our consent and who then engage in the profligate use of our hard-earned tax receipts to disadvantage our communities like mine here in Wickersley.

They don’t like, and are not used to, being challenged – well tough, cos there’ll be more not less in the future

Kind Regards,
Don Buxton

2 thoughts on “Libraries – RMBC Cabinet Minutes for 4th July

  1. If I may be permitted to pass an observation on Grald Hunter’s reference to the Local Needs Assessment and that it “will be obtained from them either the easy way or the hard way”.

    Whilst I wish GH every success in his quest, the chances are that in actual fact the THT vaunted “Local Needs Assessment” document, doesn’t actually exist.

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  2. I thinik there may well be a Local Needs Assessment but how they came to arrive at their conclusion Lord above knows. I have seen similar things and they usually take into account demographics, type of housing, transport links and per capita income etc.

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