"News You Can Use" - October 2019.

This article has been kindly given to the SSCA by Philip Atkins OBE, Leader of Staffordshire County Council via e-mail (philip.atkins@staffordshire.gov.uk).

This is the October 2019 edition of the Staffordshire County Council's "News You Can Use" Newspaper.

In this month’s edition of "News You can Use" (attached at the bottom of this article)...

  • Dramatic reduction in delayed transfers of care
  • Your Staffordshire Card scheme to end
  • County Council declares a climate change emergency
  • Work starts on i54 western extension
  • Working seven days a week
  • Bracken spraying on Cannock Chase
  • Pothole reporting change
  • Levy considered to tackle pollution
  • Rail change welcomed
  • Support for uni-bound care leavers
  • Ebook expansion excites
  • Summer in Staffordshire
  • Farmer prosecuted for breaking TB rules
  • Work begins on major road project in Stafford
  • HS2 review welcomed
  • Pupils join fight against air pollution
  • Extra £5m for potholes
  • Pupils join fight against air pollution
  • Roadworks progressing well at retail park
  • £5.2 million school opens its doors to pupils
  • New county council-built nursing homes
  • Busting myths on fostering
  • Council agrees to sell two county farms
  • Burton shopkeeper sold fake tobacco
  • Suspended jail sentence for man selling fake golf gear
  • Pupils urged to get on their bike!
  • New bollards to be in operation in town centre
  • New bid to make history centre
  • New bid to make history centre
  • Lord Ashcroft’s survey of 10,000 and where votes were cast at the European Election
  • You Gov Poll at start of October

Past issues of News You Can Use are available at http://www.staffordshireconservatives.cc/about/news-updates/

We have started the campaign for December 12th and whatever happens we are ready.

So good luck and let’s paint Staffordshire Blue!


Philip Atkins OBE

Leader of Staffordshire County Council


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