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Sunday, 16 April 2017

" I don't believe it "

Dear May 4th Voters,

Our team are enjoying the Easter break but have left a skeleton staff at HQ in case of emergencies such as bringing to the attention of our voting residents any forms of persuasion, corruption or lies from Schhh.... You know who.

Not exactly emergencies, but still worth bringing to the attention of us all, a couple of statements from two of the most ardent and fervent supporters of the 12,000 dwelling overspill housing estate commonly described by our so called leader, Cllr David Monk as Otterpool Park.

As it's Easter, we thought we would treat you all to a song, courtesy of Will Varley and Shepwayvox which many of us would have heard already but given that the Election is looming, we thought it would help in deciding who to avoid voting for on the 4th May. 

Speaking about the 5.2 million pound land purchase, earmarked for a town before his statement below, Cllr Monk said:

"We had no plans for the site other than a tenanted farming operation to earn some income",

Cllr Monk is standing as a candidate in the Folkestone West Division on the 4th May.

Moving on to Ms Carey and with great relief that Otterpool Town was going ahead (she assumes) she says:

"We would like to remind people that if Otterpool Park was not going ahead, KCC would be building a lorry park on the flat open space by Junction 11, Westenhanger".

Make of this statement what you will. The mere fact that Ms Carey believes that we would hang on her every word to see the 12,000 housing estate built is reason enough to kick her into touch (metaphorically speaking) when it comes to placing a cross against her name on the 4th May.

Cllr Susan Carey is standing as a candidate in the Elham Valley Division on the 4th May.  

Now, here's the song that we promised. HAPPY EASTER.



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