Up to leader to spell out vision for city
LIKE J J Jones and F E Sharpe's letters Wednesday, January 23, I was also intrigued to read The Herald interview, on Saturday January 19, with the Council Chief Executive.
Acknowledging Ms Lee's position as our senior mandarin, it remains the case that she is an unelected representative and is retained to implement policy within Plymouth City Council.
EfW plant, the airport, rail and road connectivity, RDY Devonport, to name but a few issues, all loom heavy on our immediate horizon. Plymothians, through a democratic process, elected a Labour administration to navigate us through this critical path.
Surely it is the Leader of Plymouth City Council who should prove that they have both the policies and conviction in leadership on key issues impacting not only today, but also on the future of Plymouth. The electorate should not be kept in ignorance.
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Could I encourage The Herald to profile Cllr Evan's vision and resolve in getting the job done.
Plymouth's future should not be a bureaucratic vision, rather a democratic one.