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I APOLOGISE for prolonging the correspondence on John Ley-Morgan's record. These are the facts taken directly from town council minutes in the last

I APOLOGISE for prolonging the correspondence on John Ley-Morgan's record. These are the facts taken directly from town council minutes in the last few months. I offer them for your readers' information without comment:18 December 2006: "Councillor Morris proposed, seconded by Councillor Ley-Morgan that the Town Centre Company grant be reduced from £20,000 to £19,000 and the Christmas lights budget be reduced from £30,000 to £25,000." Also from 18 December: "Cllr Morris proposed, seconded by Cllr Ley-Morgan that the Youth Projects Grants be reduced from £16,000 to £12,000"... "Proposed by Cllr Morris, seconded by Cllr Ley-Morgan that the Flower Power budget be reduced from £25,000 to £20,000."Again, 18 December: "Proposed by Cllr Ley-Morgan, seconded by Councillor Kellaway-Marriott that the budgeted income for Barcode be reduced from £90,000 to £50,000."16 October 2006: Cllr Ley-Morgan "was of the opinion that Uphill Village Society has received a disproportionate amount". Cllr Ley-Morgan proposed an amendment to reduce the amount of grant from £10,000 to £4,000. 18 September 2006: "Seconded by Cllr Ley-Morgan that a letter is written to Uphill Village Society declining their grant application."17 July 2006: Asked to offer support to the Hildesheim Youth Twinning Exchange: "Cllr Ley-Morgan voiced his strong objection to the application. Councillor Taylor requested that the committee record its disassociation from Cllr Ley-Morgan's comments."CLLR MIKE BELL - George Street, Weston


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