Friday, January 03, 2014
Items that need to be addressed
1. Giving credible and up to date information would help allay some of the problems, unfortunately Thanet councils waste website has not been updated since Christmas Eve.
2. No explanation as to why scheduled collections didn't take place on Tuesday this week.
3. Perhaps rather than blame the public for not reading poorly produced error prone leaflets, Cllr Alan Poole ought to check his and his council colleagues literacy skills.
4 Even Alan Poole's Labour colleagues are bemused by the reason given for cancelling Christmas eve's cancelled collections, except of course that of Labours other genius Clive Hart whom lamely came up with some waffle about health and safety and utterly meaning less claim that the service was "under constant review"
5 An honest appraisal is due to the public for the inconvenience caused, another factor has been suggested to me for disruption is that a site which receives waste from Thanet was closed and nobody bothered to check this.
If Thanet Council were a business, by now, you'd expect the chief executive to have asked, whoever is responsible for bins to explain whats gone wrong, why and finally why they shouldn't be sacked, still fortunately for those working in the public sector, they are accountable to no one other than other public sector bods.
Finally assuming no North Korean type discipline exists in Thanet Labour, maybe its time for honest rank and file Labour members to give Alan Poole and Clive Hart the heave ho.