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Offline Jodie

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Lighting
« on: March 08, 2010 »
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  • We have not had lighting on Calle Las Adelfas/Tamara for a week now, I just dont know what is going on, it is pitch black, good for burglaries though

    phoenix

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    « Reply #1 on: March 09, 2010 »
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  • Could I suggest that you make use of the ?Questions for the Council? facility on this website to contact Councillor McKenna. But before he will provide an answer, you must first provide him with your Full Name and Address, National Insurance Number, Date of Birth, Mother's Maiden Name and also provide him with a sample of your DNA.

    As a result of the silly obstacles introduced by Councillor McKenna to stop the people who voted for him from asking him sensible questions, the  last question to him posted on this forum was in October 2008.  :o :'( :o :'(

    Offline Mr Max

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    Re: Lighting
    « Reply #2 on: March 09, 2010 »
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  • I understand he is far too busy repostioning the roadsigns on the way down into LG.  Apparently it is a mammoth task which is taking some time so it is unlikely he will be able to get his screwdrivers out and fix the lights for some time yet.




    northernboy

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    « Reply #3 on: March 10, 2010 »
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  • Hi have seen it all now People coming on a ope forum and complaining about having no lighting and then getting stupid respones about using the "Questions for the council" facility. Could someone please explain the difference between living in Tenerife to the UK because I am at a loss to comprehend, firstly why would someone have to come on a forum and complain about no lighting, then secondly be directed to ask Councillor McKenna on here.

    Things must be completely different I know that if I have have a problem with the lighting in my road, I do not phone my local Councillor I get on the phone to the Council get put through to the department that deals with lighting and report the problem.

    It seems to me that some of you people have a problem yourselves if you do not know what the procedure is.

    pheonix I think you should go back to living in the UK maybe your Councillor may set up a website especially for you. It would be probably be a first, because never have I heard so much rubbish as you come out with.

    ghod

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    « Reply #4 on: March 10, 2010 »
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  • Well said northernboy i think these people are thick or just stupid

    phoenix

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    « Reply #5 on: March 10, 2010 »
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  • As I recall Northern Boy/Ghod,  Councillor McKenna put himself up  for the job of Councillor making no promises to change anything or do anything. His unique and only selling point was that  being British and bilingual, he  would act as a go between for British residents who wanted to access services from a Spanish speaking Nationalist local Council. So clearly,  liaison with Council departments on behalf of British electors is his raison d'etre.  If I am mistaken, then tell me if I am wrong using a rational argument rather than an cheap insult.

    Anyone who has any dealings with Councils will tell you that complaints made through and  by  a  local Councillor are given a higher priority than those made directly by an elector with the relevant department.  You know I'm right, don't you?  ;)

    ghod

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    « Reply #6 on: March 10, 2010 »
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  • WRONG go to his office or give him a call dont come on to a forum and act like a child

    Offline Chiquita

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  • As I recall Northern Boy/Ghod,  Councillor McKenna put himself up  for the job of Councillor making no promises to change anything or do anything. His unique and only selling point was that  being British and bilingual, he  would act as a go between for British residents who wanted to access services from a Spanish speaking Nationalist local Council. So clearly,  liaison with Council departments on behalf of British electors is his raison d'etre.  If I am mistaken, then tell me if I am wrong using a rational argument rather than an cheap insult.

    Anyone who has any dealings with Councils will tell you that complaints made through and  by  a  local Councillor are given a higher priority than those made directly by an elector with the relevant department.  You know I'm right, don't you?  ;)

    Well said that man (or possibly woman).   
    There are several forums dedicated to the island and this question is certainly no sillier than those that appear elsewhere, in fact I think it is quite sensible as the OP could be new to the area and just trying to find out the best way to report a problem.   But you always get a few in the background waiting to pounce - nothing like a good old stir of the pot  ::) ::)

    Offline Jodie

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    Re: Lighting
    « Reply #8 on: March 10, 2010 »
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  • I was just stating a fact, we have lighting now, so no problem