Frustration is mounting over Talacre town green status
Last week s letter from Celine La Freniere (Town Green status will protect Talacre Gardens, H&H letters November 13) says little that reveals the depth of local feeling over this issue. Some months back a public announcement (one of those grey looking P
Last week's letter from Celine La Freniere (Town Green status will protect Talacre Gardens, H&H letters November 13) says little that reveals the depth of local feeling over this issue.
Some months back a public announcement (one of those grey looking 'Public Announcements' that officials put in the back of a newspaper) revealing the town green proposal is said to have evoked no responses, either for or against.
Nonetheless, the Town Hall has embarked on a far from impartial consultation. Erudite readers of the questionnaire find its box ticking questions pretty incomprehensible. Anecdotally, some have thrown the questionnaires away in frustration.
Shouldn't the council, at least, now discard the organisers of such an unsatisfactory activity? No, it is not a case of shooting the messenger but of firing the misleaders.
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