Call for mayor to consult or go

PUBLISHED: 13:45 19 August 2009 | UPDATED: 00:00 16 June 2010

So Mayor Semple does not believe that relocating the town council offices will affect the future of the Seaton Town Hall.

So Mayor Semple does not believe that relocating the town council offices will affect the future of the Seaton Town Hall. However, I'm intrigued to know if "some of the benefits" she refers to will result in other activities presently held at the town hall also being relocated to Willoughby House? Can the mayor guarantee that the people of Seaton will have the use of the present town hall in five years' time?

According to the mayor, Seaton Town Council's decision is final, and there will be no public consultation. Therefore, may I humbly enquire when will we, the people of Seaton, be told the true costs of the project, including the expected running costs, and what will this mean to hard-pressed households?

Robert Spiller

Meadow Road

Seaton


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