By a County Press reporter
Wednesday, February 12, 2014
A FACEBOOK question and answer session with Isle of Wight Council bosses is to be held next week.
The session will be held on Tuesday, from 6pm to 7pm, with Isle of Wight Council leader Cllr Ian Stephens, deputy leader Cllr Steve Stubbings and managing director Dave Burbage.
It comes just a week before the council is due to set it’s budget for the coming financial year.
Cllr Stephens said: "We are keen to give the public a further chance to ask questions and suggest ways forward and using social media is a great way of doing that."
To access the session visit www.facebook.com/IsleofWightCouncil
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by Den Young
16th February 2014, at 21:17:27
OK Phil hope you are feeling better.
by phil jordan
16th February 2014, at 19:37:13
@Den Young:Apologies....I have been quite ill for a few days and only just recovering this afternoon.I have not had a chance to get you the figures you asked for...I will get them for you in due course.... as promised...
16th February 2014, at 09:13:39
Peter you missed out telling us all how nice Sandown front is.
by Peter Jeffery
15th February 2014, at 20:45:57
oh and the Ventnor town council story.and of course to send his best wishes to the latest village fete story, or to recommend a reallly local scheme, or to pat the head of us poor moaning islanders for being so brave,and then tell us we are all dying !
15th February 2014, at 20:36:15
DenKB too busy posting on GKN story page 1
15th February 2014, at 18:43:45
Never did get an answer on percentages from Phil, hope they do better than that on facebook.
14th February 2014, at 22:53:44
didn't expect one Peter, same as when Keven was invited to county hall-- no comment
by steve stubbings
14th February 2014, at 16:35:40
Thanks for the heads up, Den. It's true, it will be impossible to regulate, as it is here, but hopefully the exercise will prove worthwhile anyway.
14th February 2014, at 13:48:18
Steve S, Keven doesn't have a ward on the IOW he doesn't even live here, so this is a prime example of how easy it will be for people on facebook to talk as if they are from the Island when they are not. as stated by other scribe.
by IWCP Online
14th February 2014, at 12:28:32
Thanks David - I've had a look at the other story now Peter, but have still been unable to find the deleted comments. If you ever feel a comment has been unfairly removed, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will look into it for you. Ross Findon (web editor)
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