Only yesterday I was contrasting how Waltham Forest council deals with
residents with the contempt which Bexley hands down to its own, so I didnt know whether to laugh or cry when I read
todays Waltham Forest Guardian and saw that Bexley council leader
Teresa O’Neill is to advise Waltham Forest on subjects including housing,
transport and employment.
One reason for continuing with this site is the possibly vain hope that it might
embarrass the council into acting in the interest of residents rather than their
own egos and pockets so it was satisfying to receive a written leak which
purports to come from the council offices saying the top brass check it out each
morning. It is satisfying too that a Google or Yahoo search for Bexley council
puts Bonkers right under the council’s paid for entry. I slipped up recently by
giving a link to the Bexley Voluntary Service Council website which promptly
overtook Bonkers on Google thanks to that boost. But thanks to a bit of
technical jiggery pokery Bonkers is now back next to the councils site listing
embarrassing those who unjustly set out to penalise the residents they should be serving.
Yahoo, I note, puts another anti-Bexley council website on its front page. The
Bexley Council Monitoring Group
website developed by John Watson is gradually expanding.