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1st May 2008 Local Elections
West Lancashire District Council - Tarleton Ward

A message from JOHN MEE

I was born in Tarleton, the son of a local Butcher and one of seven children. I attended the local Primary School and Hutton Grammar. I then joined my father’s business and took over the running of it in 1972. I am married with one son. I am currently a Governor at the Primary school and a member of the Parish Council.

In spite of the cuts from Central Government, the Conservative District Council, of which I have served for the past 8 years, has managed to keep the increase in Council Tax down to just 3.36%. My Conservative colleagues and I are committed to delivering value for money for what you pay, and keeping the Council Tax down!

With your other local Conservative Councillors, the Parish Council and the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate I have been working toward the link road to the A565 commonly called the “Green Lane Link”. This would help to alleviate the problem of HGV’s passing through the village.

Many of our village roads are becoming increasingly neglected. I am working on an on-going basis with our Conservative County Councillor and my other Conservative Ward and Parish Councillors to pressure the County Council to provide decent roads in this area not patch ups!

I also believe it is necessary to maintain village life and prevent Tarleton from becoming just a commuter area. We need a good mix of young people amongst the residents who are able to afford to live here. Suitable sites should be made available to meet this demand BUT without sacrificing any of the Green Belt.

As you Conservative Candidate for the District Council I ask for your support to help me continue working for you as your District Councillor and vote for me on 1st May.

Thank you,

John Mee