Recently M&B was asked about the events surrounding a car being torched and windows being smashed and it made an interesting exercise to lay these events out as a chronology. Here it is:
17th February - NC makes first visit to STC offices to review documents
16th March - NC makes second visit to STC offices to review documents
23rd April - NC makes third visit to Council offices to review documents
11th May - NC publishes Canvin invoice on www.muckandbrass.blogspot.com
16th May 2:00am - car torched in Mount Hey
21st May - Calderwood cancels 4th visit to STC
22nd May - NC makes first official Freedom of Information enquiry
22nd June - NC makes second official Freedom of Information enquiry
23rd June - STC meeting, Keenan invites abuse of NC, 08:00pm - 08:15pm
29th June - NC attends Council offices for pre-arranged document review but offices locked
3rd July - NC writes to external auditor indicating general terms of objection to STC accounts
13th July - NC makes third official Freedom of Information enquiry
8th August - windows smashed at 2 Mount Hey
Nothing untoward had ever happened at Mount Hey in the 30 years prior to the 16th of May 2009. It is fair to say that what has happened at Mount Hey since 16th May 2009 may be entirely coincidental in its relationship to my enquiries regarding Somerton Town Council and its affairs. But I'm not the only person who wonders if you can stretch coincidence quite that far.
Till next time, may your election promises come true.