Well there's rubbish out in the street again, this email to the Council just about sums it up....
On Wednesday night, the day after our rubbish collection, there were sacks of rubbish out on the pavement along Floyd Road.
This evening they are still there.
Yet I was told by Ray Collingham that you "have arranged for further, regular monitoring and action by the Council's Enforcement Team and for street cleansing crews to remove bagged domestic waste from the western part of Floyd Rd (between Valley Grove and Charlton Church Lane) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays."
Later he clarified that "the back up service from street cleansing is due to start on Tuesday 5th May."
So did the extra cleansing begin but for some reason the rubbish was left behind?
Did the monitoring occur but perhaps they failed to notice the filth?
Or did you lie? Is it yet another broken promise of action?
Is there not one among you who has the ability and determination to follow through on your commitments?
Ineptitude I can understand, at least that indicates a willingness to try.
It appears that Greenwich Council can't even be bothered to do that.
Now, what are you going to do and what assurances do I have that you will actually do it?
Must I spend another summer walking along a road clogged with foul smelling rubbish rotting in the heat?
I have had some communication with Conservative Councillor Spencer Drury over these matters and I include him on this email in the probably vain hope that some of you might fear enough for your comfortable Council seats that you will finally after a year or pressuring do something. At the very least this gives the Conservatives more examples of the shocking disregard that the current Council shows to it's residents.