Comment posted Misleading instructions to voters: is Duncan Macintyre trawling for 4th preference votes? by Treble T.
There is no need for a Disability Awareness Officer in Argyll & Bute. It is the councillor’s job to make that he represents ALL his constituents and not just a select few.
Recent comments by Treble T
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The Scottish Government are currently spending £228 Million on a Borders railway to nowhere.
At least the Labour/Lib-Dem coalition had a lot more sense and were going to spend the money on a Glasgow Airport rail link.
However like the on going problems at the Rest and Be Thankful the SNP Government are not interested in Greater Glasgow and Argyll.
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You obviously know nothing about banking in the UK in the 21st Century.
The reason that the banks are closing branches is because most of their customers are using online or telephone banking.
There is a well known saying “use it or lose it”.
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Michael Russell is more interested in attending a YES Argyll meeting in Lochgilphead earlier this month than looking after the current problems affecting his constituents in Argyll & Bute.
In my opinion he is not much use as the Cabinet Secretary for Education and Life Long Learning receiving a salary of over £100K per annum.
Michael Russell should return to being an author.
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Whilst the Green brigade will be happy the shopkeepers are certainly not happy about the 5p bag tax as it is likely to increase shoplifting.
Needless to say the MSP’s did not consider the likely possibility of an increase in shoplifting when they voted in favour of this daft tax.
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I stand by my comments.
With modern technology it is a lot easier getting things done yourself rather than contacting your local councillor and waiting ages for a reply if at all.
I asked a question at the Public Question Time at a MAKI Area Committee meeting in June 2014 and I am still waiting for a reply from Argyll & Bute Council as the councillors and employees present were unable to answer my question.
I was told that they would investigate by question and reply to me by post.
As my question was a bit controversial no doubt it has been “swept under the carpet”, but unlike A & B Council I have not forgotten about it!
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