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THE desperation of Charles Robinson to undermine Solihull's reputation has been evident from his regular letters and no doubt reflects continued frustration at the poor showing of his Liberal Democrat party.

THE desperation of Charles Robinson to undermine Solihull's reputation has been evident from his regular letters and no doubt reflects continued frustration at the poor showing of his Liberal Democrat party.

The latest attempt is however, just as pointless as his previous efforts because adoption of roads following development is a statutory process and not at the whim of particular highway officers.

Road safety improvements based on local consultation are hardly 'measly' and the monitoring of HGV deliveries to ensure compliance with agreements is surely something that should be welcomed - but clearly not by Charles.

At a time when Solihull Council has been voted by the public in the top three nationally or satisfaction he talks yet again of 'shambles' so will no doubt be furious when the opinion of the Audit Commission is published next week following its thorough assessment of the council's performance.

Ken Meeson, Leader of Council

 

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