Recently it became law that Councillors could meet online via video conferencing tools, discuss relevant topics and then legally vote on a subject that the RBWM council can then take forward. You can follow the RBWM Council meetings on Youtube … Continue reading How to start a Youtube video at a specific time point
Click above and watch and listen to Councillor David Cannon talk about retracting the new policy on parking permits because of a legal challenge by the LibDems. Thank you. Jon Continue reading Cllr David Cannon on Parking Permits at Cabinet 28th May 2020
The recycling bins at Sutherland Grange have been removed this morning and CCTV will be in place next week to capture any fly tippers as no-one will have any reason to be there dumping there rubbish. I had the following … Continue reading Sutherland Grange Recycling Bins Removed, CCTV Installed
Last night’s cabinet meeting had a summary from Councillor Gerry Clarke, Lead Member Transport and Infrastructure on the Highways and Transport Investment Programme 2020-21 All the info quoted below is from the report, link above. The pothole above has since … Continue reading Improving the Infrastructure: How are Windsor’s roads looking to you?
I mentioned last week that it would be good to talk to some of the guys & gals at Tesco and a number are showing interest, so that will be happening but for this week I thought it important to … Continue reading Please, focus on talking to family, friends and neighbours… help them get their heads straight!
It would seem that the Magna Carta, the foundations for UK law, is to be superseded by social media “loves” and “likes” at RBWM as the ruling Tory party have decided that they no longer need to worry about democratic … Continue reading RBWM Tory Planning Policy to be decided by Twitter “Loves” & “Likes”
I’d just like to say, sorry mother, how very ‘kin proud I am of my daughter who through this whole lock down, knowing her own self, has kept her mind busy by drawing, drawing, drawing… She created an album on … Continue reading I am a very proud father…
I’ve just had an email in from RBWM asking residents to report non collection of bins within 2 days so we can hold the contractor to account. If bin not collected on the day, report it the very next day. … Continue reading IMPORTANT APPEAL: Report non collection of bins within 2 days
So many compliments from the public saying how they feel Tesco Windsor has done a good job of getting organised around Covid-19 to help shoppers feel more at ease. The one-way system, only allowing a few people in, the management … Continue reading Almost Frontline Retail – 13th to 16th May 2020
While the impact of Covid-19 has mostly been negative, there have been some positives… huge improvements to transparent governance for one, allowing residents and Councillors to minimise the chances of their questions going unanswered as before! Well, that is the … Continue reading Keep Your Eye on RBWM Council Decision Making
Recently RBWM Cabinet voted through changes affecting families and our youth, the opposition challenged their decision making process by calling it in and have opened a big can of worms… WAS THE DECISION NOT A DECISION? I found it all … Continue reading When is a Decision not a Decision … when it is ‘SPIN’
Listening to last night’s presentation by Boris I couldn’t, but could believe what I was hearing! It’s so confusing? By being vague about the message are they opening us up to a potential huge upsurge in R, resulting in more … Continue reading Are we heading for a huge upsurge in R, more deaths, requiring way more than a lock down?