I am pleased to announce that last Wednesday Lincolnshire County Council agreed to meet with me. I have accepted this offer once the outstanding “matters” listed below are addressed.
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From: Andy Strangeway
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2014 2:36 PM
Dear Mr Willis,
Having given your communication my consideration I am pleased to accept your offer of a meeting but unfortunately due to business commitments I will be unable to meet on Friday 2 May.
To allow me to prepare for the meeting and to maximise our time at the meeting could I please request that “matters” outstanding below are addressed prior to a meeting?
- FOI Request – 6412153 – Outstanding since February 17
- FOI Request – Unaddressed since February 18 – Please locate an email from Matthew Davy to me on Tuesday, February 18, 2014 4:17 PM
- FOI Request – Unaddressed since March 17- Regards Lincoln Big – Please locate email from myself to you on 17 March 2014 14:30
- FOI Request – Unaddressed since March 17- Regards “BBC” – Please locate email from myself to you on 17 March 2014 14:30
- Communication – Disability legislation – Unaddressed since March 17 – Please locate email from myself to you on 10 March 2014 21:19
- Complaint – Bye law not for car parks – Unaddressed since February 26 – Please locate email from myself to Customer Services on 26 February 2014 16:37
- Complaint – Height barriers – Structural defect – Unaddressed since March 24 – Please locate email from myself to you on 24 March 2014 16:08
- Request – Height barrier – Off Street Parking Order – Definitive statement requested – Unaddressed since March 11- Please locate email from myself to you on 11 March 2014 12:46
- Request – Did LCC sanction vandalism of barriers – Unaddressed since March 30 – Please locate email from myself to you on Sunday, March 30, 2014 9:31 PM
Once LCC address all of the above I am sure we can quickly move forward and organise a meeting.
“(Yorkshiremen are) richly endowed with that gritty determination, that wilful refusal to give up and that sheer bloody-mindedness that eventually prevails.” Sir Bernard Ingham