Mike Thomas to walk from fairground car park to Penrose with constituents

Falmouth Packet: Walk and talk with the new mayor of Helston this Sunday Walk and talk with the new mayor of Helston this Sunday

New mayor of Helston Mike Thomas is to start “occasional country walks” with constituents to give an informal way of sharing ideas and views - and will hold the first this Sunday. 

He will walk from the fairground car park to the cafe at Penrose from 2pm and has offered an open invitation to anyone that wants to join him.

Mr Thomas said: “As with previous mayors it will be my intention to make myself available to members of the public to share their views.”

Details of future walks will be announced in due course.

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9:11am Fri 16 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.
Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 10

5:01pm Fri 16 May 14

DCI Jen says...

Don't suppose he'd want to remember the ideas/suggestions/vi
ews, that 'some' people come up with!

Good idea, but I think the mayor might get even more people to go, if he just walked round Coronation lake, and in the cafe there. Or just sat in the Coffee Bean on a Saturday.

I've heard of 'come into my (mayors) parlour said the spider to the fly'
but I've never heard of 'come into the woods'.
Don't suppose he'd want to remember the ideas/suggestions/vi ews, that 'some' people come up with! Good idea, but I think the mayor might get even more people to go, if he just walked round Coronation lake, and in the cafe there. Or just sat in the Coffee Bean on a Saturday. I've heard of 'come into my (mayors) parlour said the spider to the fly' but I've never heard of 'come into the woods'. DCI Jen
  • Score: 9

7:13pm Fri 16 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.
I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.[/p][/quote]I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: 1

7:14pm Fri 16 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.
I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: 0

7:24pm Fri 16 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.
I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.
It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he?
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.[/p][/quote]I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.[/p][/quote]It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he? Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 8

7:58pm Fri 16 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.
I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.
It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he?
Unfortunately not as I work sundays. Hopefull some future events could possibly be shedualed for an alternative day.
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.[/p][/quote]I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.[/p][/quote]It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately not as I work sundays. Hopefull some future events could possibly be shedualed for an alternative day. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -8

7:59pm Fri 16 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

How many miles is it there and back?
Imagine if Ron, Gill, and me, all turned up, probably turn into his worst nightmare.
How many miles is it there and back? Imagine if Ron, Gill, and me, all turned up, probably turn into his worst nightmare. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 1

8:07pm Fri 16 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

I am not a Helston constituent.
I am not a Helston constituent. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: -2

8:11pm Fri 16 May 14

DCI Jen says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.
I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.
It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he?
Unfortunately not as I work sundays. Hopefull some future events could possibly be shedualed for an alternative day.
You could always still have a normal meeting, one evening, if you had issues to raise about the town or comments to make.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: Hypothetically, if ten people turned up and expressed their views/opinions or raised local concerns, would Councillor Mike Thomas be able to remember it all, for reference at a later time? whereas at conventional surgeries/meetings with councillors, they can write things down.[/p][/quote]I think its an excellent idea clearly Councilor Thomas is a breath of fresh air.[/p][/quote]It is a good idea, He will expect to see you there then will he?[/p][/quote]Unfortunately not as I work sundays. Hopefull some future events could possibly be shedualed for an alternative day.[/p][/quote]You could always still have a normal meeting, one evening, if you had issues to raise about the town or comments to make. DCI Jen
  • Score: 12

8:12pm Fri 16 May 14

DCI Jen says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once. DCI Jen
  • Score: 1

9:12pm Fri 16 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

DCI Jen wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
I was specifically asked.

I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.
[quote][p][bold]DCI Jen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.[/p][/quote]I was specifically asked. I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 12

9:36pm Fri 16 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Gill Z Martin wrote:
DCI Jen wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
I was specifically asked.

I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.
I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period
[quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DCI Jen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.[/p][/quote]I was specifically asked. I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.[/p][/quote]I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -6

10:07pm Fri 16 May 14

Levener says...

Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain?

Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday.
Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc.

Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended.
Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain? Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday. Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc. Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended. Levener
  • Score: 11

6:41am Sat 17 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Levener wrote:
Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain?

Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday.
Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc.

Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended.
I have attended numerous regeneration consultations, and council meetings, additionally had meetings with councillors to discuss local issues and emailed councillors to ask questions. I never post anything on here I am not prepared to say directly to any relevant councillor.
Incidentally, I believe there is no point complaining about something unless one at least tries to do something about it, I find it beneficial to seek answers, as this can give one a greater understanding of a situation, it also allows one to see things from a different perspective, and from others points of view.

I think the informal walk is a good idea, because some people prefer a more informal way of discussing their views and on neutral territory, as opposed to attending official meetings.
[quote][p][bold]Levener[/bold] wrote: Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain? Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday. Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc. Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended.[/p][/quote]I have attended numerous regeneration consultations, and council meetings, additionally had meetings with councillors to discuss local issues and emailed councillors to ask questions. I never post anything on here I am not prepared to say directly to any relevant councillor. Incidentally, I believe there is no point complaining about something unless one at least tries to do something about it, I find it beneficial to seek answers, as this can give one a greater understanding of a situation, it also allows one to see things from a different perspective, and from others points of view. I think the informal walk is a good idea, because some people prefer a more informal way of discussing their views and on neutral territory, as opposed to attending official meetings. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 4

12:07pm Sat 17 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

Perhaps Councillor Mike Thomas should have taken a leaf out of the National Trusts book, and charged people for the walk, the money could have then gone into the mayors charities.
Perhaps Councillor Mike Thomas should have taken a leaf out of the National Trusts book, and charged people for the walk, the money could have then gone into the mayors charities. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: -1

2:28pm Sat 17 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
DCI Jen wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
I was specifically asked.

I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.
I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period
What exactly are you optimistic about? Cllr Thomas has still been a Cllr for years and has been able to vote on issues. Do you think some magic transformation of Helston and it's money spending, council tax, and everything else you have complained of repeatedly over the last couple of years is suddenly going to alter and you'll be happy with everything at last. I don't mean that rudely or to pick fault at you at all Ron because Ive disagreed with things too, I just wonder what exactly you think will really alter to make you optimistic, don't think much will really alter all the time Cllrs like Hornsby and Knight are there.
Imagine going on a walk with that lot.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DCI Jen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.[/p][/quote]I was specifically asked. I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.[/p][/quote]I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period[/p][/quote]What exactly are you optimistic about? Cllr Thomas has still been a Cllr for years and has been able to vote on issues. Do you think some magic transformation of Helston and it's money spending, council tax, and everything else you have complained of repeatedly over the last couple of years is suddenly going to alter and you'll be happy with everything at last. I don't mean that rudely or to pick fault at you at all Ron because Ive disagreed with things too, I just wonder what exactly you think will really alter to make you optimistic, don't think much will really alter all the time Cllrs like Hornsby and Knight are there. Imagine going on a walk with that lot. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: -3

3:03pm Sat 17 May 14

ronedgcumbe says...

Blimey not expecting miracles. As you said the problems remain. Just strong leadership from a someone more than capable of fulfilling the role bodes well for the town.
Blimey not expecting miracles. As you said the problems remain. Just strong leadership from a someone more than capable of fulfilling the role bodes well for the town. ronedgcumbe
  • Score: -1

11:20pm Sun 18 May 14

Helston Observer says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
DCI Jen wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
I was specifically asked.

I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.
I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period
Cllr Radford Gaby was an excellent mayor, Ron, I hope you're not suggesting otherwise.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DCI Jen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.[/p][/quote]I was specifically asked. I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.[/p][/quote]I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period[/p][/quote]Cllr Radford Gaby was an excellent mayor, Ron, I hope you're not suggesting otherwise. Helston Observer
  • Score: 9

6:18am Mon 19 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

The town had strong leadership for the last two years, so there will be no change there then, it will just be continuity. I know you made it plain on here on numerous occasions you thought Councillor Jonathan Radford-Gaby was a weak leader, but had you ever bothered to discuss anything with him or attend any council meetings, you would have seen otherwise. You actually never gave him a chance from the start. To quote a comment you placed on here in reply to mine, in 2012 - " Roll on May2013 when we can finally have a say who we really want running our town. Cannot understand how Zella can possibly think this is anything but disastrous for Helston"

Every mayor brings their own ideas and way of doing things, to the town, and I am sure the new mayor will be as successful as the last.
The town had strong leadership for the last two years, so there will be no change there then, it will just be continuity. I know you made it plain on here on numerous occasions you thought Councillor Jonathan Radford-Gaby was a weak leader, but had you ever bothered to discuss anything with him or attend any council meetings, you would have seen otherwise. You actually never gave him a chance from the start. To quote a comment you placed on here in reply to mine, in 2012 - " Roll on May2013 when we can finally have a say who we really want running our town. Cannot understand how Zella can possibly think this is anything but disastrous for Helston" Every mayor brings their own ideas and way of doing things, to the town, and I am sure the new mayor will be as successful as the last. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 4

6:23am Mon 19 May 14

Gill Z Martin says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Blimey not expecting miracles. As you said the problems remain. Just strong leadership from a someone more than capable of fulfilling the role bodes well for the town.
My previous post was supposed to have quoted this post.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: Blimey not expecting miracles. As you said the problems remain. Just strong leadership from a someone more than capable of fulfilling the role bodes well for the town.[/p][/quote]My previous post was supposed to have quoted this post. Gill Z Martin
  • Score: 5

8:43am Mon 19 May 14

Helston fly on the wall says...

Wonder how many people went on the walk, sometimes you read things on here then you never read about it again. Nice to get updates.
Wonder how many people went on the walk, sometimes you read things on here then you never read about it again. Nice to get updates. Helston fly on the wall
  • Score: 6

3:44pm Mon 19 May 14

DCI Jen says...

ronedgcumbe wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
DCI Jen wrote:
Gill Z Martin wrote:
I am not a Helston constituent.
That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.
I was specifically asked.

I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.
I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period
Yes, I should think by now we are well aware you didn't like Cllr Radford- Gaby and you do like Cllr Thomas, so hopefully now you needn't leave anymore barbed comments. I always think it braver to say what you really mean.

Cllr Radford-Gaby was an excellent mayor, so Cllr Thomas has a lot to live up to.
[quote][p][bold]ronedgcumbe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]DCI Jen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gill Z Martin[/bold] wrote: I am not a Helston constituent.[/p][/quote]That didn't stop you walking all round Falmouth with a Cllr once.[/p][/quote]I was specifically asked. I hope people do accompany Councillor Mike Thomas on his walk, as he is a very good councillor, and some people seem to air their views regarding local issues, but are sometimes reluctant to actually share them with the appropriate Councillors.[/p][/quote]I agree completly Councilor Thomas is indeed an excellent councilor. I look forward to his period in office as mayor with more optimism then I have felt for a considerable period[/p][/quote]Yes, I should think by now we are well aware you didn't like Cllr Radford- Gaby and you do like Cllr Thomas, so hopefully now you needn't leave anymore barbed comments. I always think it braver to say what you really mean. Cllr Radford-Gaby was an excellent mayor, so Cllr Thomas has a lot to live up to. DCI Jen
  • Score: 7

10:56am Thu 22 May 14

Helston Observer says...

Levener wrote:
Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain?

Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday.
Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc.

Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended.
I know for a fact that ronedgcumbe ran for council last year, yet up to that time he had never bothered to attend a single meeting. Thankfully, he wasn't elected.
[quote][p][bold]Levener[/bold] wrote: Interesting idea, wonder if Porthleven will follow suit. Is it weather permitting? Or walk regardless of rain? Having followed many comments on here over the months, on various council issues, councillors, and the Helston windfall money for example. I Find it interesting that you get comments such as, can't attend evening council meetings because of commitments, can't attend regeneration meetings because of commitments, see no point in contacting individual councillors, and now can't attend the walk because of work on a Sunday. Seen quite a few posts on here from ronedgcumbe on a Sunday. Was just wondering if any of you posters actually ask the Helston councillors the same things you mention on here, or have you ever actually attended any of the council meetings, consultations, etc. Be interested in a follow up to this to see how well the walk is attended.[/p][/quote]I know for a fact that ronedgcumbe ran for council last year, yet up to that time he had never bothered to attend a single meeting. Thankfully, he wasn't elected. Helston Observer
  • Score: 4

11:38am Thu 22 May 14

Levener says...

If Ron has commitments so that he cannot attend council meetings, then how would he attend them if he became a Cllr? If he just didnt bother to attend any meetings then surely that shows a lack of real interest and can't be expected to be welcomed as a Cllr. To me it seems like he is not interested in listening to procedure and others opinions, and would only be interested if he could speak as a Cllr and have an opinion.
If Ron has commitments so that he cannot attend council meetings, then how would he attend them if he became a Cllr? If he just didnt bother to attend any meetings then surely that shows a lack of real interest and can't be expected to be welcomed as a Cllr. To me it seems like he is not interested in listening to procedure and others opinions, and would only be interested if he could speak as a Cllr and have an opinion. Levener
  • Score: 4

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