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Girnhill Lane Estate, Featherstone, The final battle!

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« Reply #20 on: September 19, 2012, 08:23:17 am »

Appeal for voices. Your chance to have a say!

A public enquiry has been called by the Secretary of State. In this great democratic country the word “PUBLIC” you would think means for the “PUBLIC”. WMDC who are hosting and paying for the enquiry have so far commented that the public will not be allowed to talk.
After continued pressure by the remaining residents solicitor “PUBLIC” is almost what it should be. Anyone wishing to offer information and talk at the enquiry can now simply turn up on the day. At the start of the enquiry a list of people wishing to talk will be offered to the Secretary of State. At his discretion people will then be allowed to come forward.
The enquiry is set for the 16th & 17th October. The remaining residents need your help. Anyone wishing to help should contact Gareth on 01977 600469.
Please mail to anyone you know who may help and post this request on every social network you can find. Every little will help. Grin

it's an inuiry not a debate
inquiries investigate matters and then report on their findings.

Inquiries summon relevant people for consultation, information and uestioning. What makes a public inquiry 'public' is that their proceedings are observed and that their findings are published. Seems democratic to me.

Absolutely correct, it’s an inquiry. So why not hear all the facts from all concerned?

Is there any reason to suppose there wont be? I don't think so.
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