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Original message (posted by sledge)
They got canned. Reasons include: The onset of the present economic climate and lack of public spending, huge budget cuts on the horizon lead to higher priorities and more important things to do with what money is available,(please dont bring councilor expenses into it, totaly different budgets and what they fiddled wouldnt cover the annual cost of cleaning the bogs) togther with key investment partners such as pub/hotel/leisure operators getting cold feet and backing out......now I really cant make it any simpler for you [:t]

However you are free to blame the council for it ALL in your usual cynical way if you want, such is your perogative ZZZZzzzzz!

Things are going to get far worse in the next few years, I can see you and the rest of the protagonists having plenty to really moan about shortly

BTW......I am interested to know why you think The Orwells closure was down to the council and the fact the museum closed. I always thought the owner developed cancer and decided to call it a day.......must be that cycnical mind of yours again eh?

A tip......If you are going to carry on with all these unsubstantiated claims statements and accusations....please....PLEASE.....attempt to find out the real facts beforehand. You are so far from the truth its unreal and despite the fact you seem to thrive on moaning whinging and generaly trying to smear the council, it wont get you any closer

 
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