Sceptically speaking, I doubt that once ‘their’ mind is made up little will be changed.
And what exactly does ‘consultation’ mean?
I have been through such a process in my professional career where despite almost unanimous objections nothing changed.
Remove the go-karts for a car park (no doubt with a pay and display facility and patrolling traffic wardens – sorry, I mean civil enforcement officers)? The go-karts should stay.
Remove the golf course... a brilliant step forward in providing facilities.
I didn’t know anything about a public meeting. So, Worthing Council, let’s have a referendum. Actually ask the people who pay their council tax. Yup, a good idea.
Send out a voting form to us residents. Itemise the changes. We tick a box for changes we agree with and cross ones we don’t.
Then implement people’s wishes. If the vote is remove the golf course, go-karts and other facilities, then okay.
I believe, Worthing Council, they call that democracy.
Bath Road, Worthing
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