Bro­ken prom­ises as help is miss­ing from elected rep­re­sen­ta­tives

Rutherglen Reformer - - Reformer View -

Please find names be­low that I feel have done very lit­tle or not helped at all on Fullar­ton - Trin­ity bus route.

Coun­cil­lor John McLauch­lan - never been in touch at all with our sit­u­a­tion, spoke to him at City Cham­bers protest ex­plain­ing we have never had any help from him and he as­sured he would be in touch - still wait­ing.

John Ma­son MSP - helped out a lit­tle at the start and sent an email to ed­u­ca­tion depart­ment on our be­half, never been up­dated since (chase ed­u­ca­tion depart­ment our­selves) at­tended one meet­ing with us on the dis­crep­an­cies of the so called safe route as­sess­ment and never got back in touch.

Natalie McGarry MP - mul­ti­ple emails sent with no re­ply ask­ing for help, Only last week man­aged to get to speak to her at her surgery and she is now will­ing to help and do our so called safe route walk with us on July 27 to show her the con­cerns / dan­gers / dis­crep­an­cies. I will ad­vise af­ter 27th on how she will take it for­ward (watch this space)

Coun­cil­lor Su­san Aitken - pri­vate mes­sage via Face­book on nu­mer­ous oc­ca­sions and still await­ing a re­ply.

Martin Neill - was all for help­ing at the very be­gin­ning when we heard about the cuts then as we chal­lenged the as­sess­ment with our dis­crep­an­cies he has not been seen or heard from since. Lorraine McCor­mack, via email

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