‘Stay Accountable’

9 Dec

..was the heading for a  letter in the Sidmouth Herald (6 December), which  pointed to the dangers of a proposed change to EDDC’s Constitution, to be decided at Knowle  tomorrow.

Emma Coppell  explains here here how the decision relates to Newton Poppleford, though it will of course have repercussions elsewhere in East Devon  :Sidmouth herald letter

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2 Responses to “‘Stay Accountable’”

  1. Sandra Semple December 9, 2013 at 3:08 pm #

    EDDC majority party councillors: the silent majority.

  2. sidmouthsid December 9, 2013 at 3:24 pm #

    And let us not forget the affordable housing on the Tesco site in Seaton – down from 40% to 0%. At the DMC meeting it was agreed that Tesco would be charged “overage” once the site was sold and developed: EDDC taking a share of the profit after losses were taken care of. We none of us believed that Tesco would show a paper profit but what actually happened was that when the S106 was published the overage agreement was just not there – nothing, nada – nothing to show what the DMC had agreed.

    Now, explain that one.

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