Worthing public need to get involved with local issues

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Last Wednesday (September 14) I went to the WSCC local committee meeting at Bohunt School and was massively disappointed to see how few residents had attended – members of the public were almost outnumbered by councillors.

I have been to a couple of these meetings and, although the subject matter may not always be immediately relevant, they do give us taxpayers an opportunity to address our elected representatives directly and to publicly express our opinions on what the county council needs to do for Worthing. The next meeting is on November 30, although the venue has not been decided. Come on everyone, get out and be heard! By the way, there was nobody there from the press, so, Worthing Herald, get these meetings reported so that everyone has a chance to know what’s happening.

David Easey

Pembury Road

Worthing

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