At the Council meeting at the Town Hall 19th July Mr Back'Anderson blocked a motion to debate World Heritage 'At Risk' status. This was put forward by the Lib Dems.
There was enough to debate such as the disgraceful set of affairs regarding Liverpool's dodgy chief executive, Ged Fitzgerald who is suspended on full pay. He was recently arrested....In Lancashire.
It seems like he's getting away with it in Liverpool while most know he is at it.
Shouldn't an investigation be made into his Liverpool dealings BY LIVERPOOL POLICE.
They say a leopard does't change its spots, talking of which Fitzgerald's friend Frank McKenna a Lancashire Councillor now, needs a look into too, and how the relationship between the trio works with Mayor Back'Anderson fronting it. http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.co.uk/2017/06/ged-fitzgerald-answers-questions-about.html
We get the Oldham Echo on the case no wonder they can get away with it.
The motion to debate World Heritage status has been referred to a committee which may be a secretive affair as how will the public know about it
So it was not debated at all very convenient for local developers or stakeholders as they are called.
And there was not even a mention of it in the Oldham Echo who seem to be backing the Mayor. Helping him get away with it.
YOU SEE BACK'ANDERSON IS FRONTING THIS OUT, AS SPIV, FOR PEEL HOLDINGS AND SEVERAL OTHER PROPERTY DEVELOPERS.
AND WHO IS CHECKING HIM.
SHOULD'T SOMEONE HAVE THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS LOOK INTO THE SITUATION WHERE DEVELOPERS SUCH AS ELIOT GET AWARDED COUNCIL CONTRACTS TO REFURBISH LISTED BUILDINGS WHILE BEING A TAX EXILE LIVING IN SPAIN FOR MOST OF THE YEAR.
AND WHERE BACK'ANDERSON IS ALLOWED TO SELL CHINATOWN...........TO THE LOWEST BIDDER.
COME BACK DEREK HATTON ALL IS FORGIVEN. OH HANG ON HE IS BACK.
IS HE IN BUSINESS WITH THE DODGY LEADER OR IS HE JUST ACTING CONSULTANT.
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