Corban answers letters
In response to the mayor and deputy mayor’s mirror letters, one would wonder how long it took them to write it or was it just the deputy mayor’s work almost word for word.
Let me tell you good people out there, I did not vote for the late Cr Herlihy’s replacement as I was on sick leave from both work and the council.
I did not know that I would be receiving this money until it was put in the agenda and on that note it was my understanding that it should have just stayed in the pool.
When I made my statement not to receive any share, Cr Shattock had to cup her hand over her mouth to stifle laughter as she thought it was so funny, no respect there.
The mayor offered me an invitation publicly. Well, a pity he doesn’t do that at any other time; the only time he bothers to contact me is when a letter is slithered into my letterbox under the cover of darkness on plain paper. Total rubbish and that’s where it went.
Cr Shattock has a problem with her calculations; I challenge her to name the year, month and day that I ever had the misfortune to partake in a glass of wine with her.
I chose to supply my own lunch/drinks/social as a way of cutting expenses as I am unable to attend most workshops because of work commitments.
The fact that Cr Shattock feels aggrieved is that she has to work so hard because her mayor has put her on every committee. That’s not my fault that he has decided to send me to Coventry for daring to challenge him and not put me on any other than assets/environment/grants.
I guess the fact that election year is fast approaching there’s a bit of straw-clutching going on. Tut-tut.
Happy New Year to all you avid readers. Cr Lyn Corban