As expected, the Worcester’s Tory City Council is looking into “future service delivery” of the City’s Cleaner & Greener Services.
“Competitive dialogue” and “procurement” for waste and recycling services, street cleaning, and other key services is on the agenda at a vital Council meeting on Tuesday 18 August.
Labour Councillors have always been critical of these plans, which are expected to cost around £200,000 and to affect more than 100 Council employees.
This Council meeting is open to the public, and your Labour Councillors would welcome public support. This is a great opportunity to see Labour Councillors in action, scrutinising the Tory administration, and to see the difference between Labour and Tory priorities.
The meeting commences at 7pm on Tuesday 18 August, at Worcester Guildhall.