At last night’s Full Council Meeting there was a question to Politburo holder for Leisure and Culture, Bryony Rudkin by member of the public, Hanif Tambe, about public sports facilities, asking why residents are being priced out. She responded by talking about a £1.5 million subsidy.
After this there was a couple of questions by member of the public, Ms L Alexander concerning the Orwell Crossing to Politburo General Secretary, David Ellesmere. Ellesmere responded by saying that it was the County Council’s responsibility.
There was then a question by Ipswich Labour’s favourite blogger to Bryony Rudkin of which I shall discuss in a later post.
After this there was a question by Councillor Cenci to Politburo holder for Leisure and Culture, Bryony Rudkin iin regard to Maidenhall sports Centre. Nadia Cenci’s supplementary was about the cutting of the crèche facilities. The answer to which wasn’t an answer.
There was also a question from Councillor Vickory about Suffolk Day to Councillor Rudkin. Bryony which I shall write about in a later post.
There was also an excellent question by Councillor Reynolds to councillor Smart about wheelie bins on the pavement. Councillor Smart mentioned the legislation the council can use to get them off the pavement. Councillor Reynolds then asked “Why do we use the legal apparatus to enforce it. Councillor Smart then responded by saying that some people can’t put their bins in. I think that a lot of people don’t put their wheelie bins in because they can’t, as in can’t be jarred.
The last question was by Councillor Lockington about the Northern bypass to Councillor Jones. In response to this, the Westgate Waffler was on form.