Closed without councillors' visits
JON Rogers, who wants to be Bristol Mayor has changed his from cabinet member for health and social care to deputy council leader.
I hope he puts more time and effort into this role than he did when he and his cabinet members agreed to close the day centres for people with learning difficulties and care homes.
He and the rest of all council members agreed on the closures without, to my knowledge, one of them visiting a day centre to see what wonderful work goes on in them and the dedication of the staff.
He has left behind him untold scenes of misery and heart ache. Staff who have no idea if they will have a job and are asked if they would like to take voluntary redundancy.
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Service users who have no idea where they will go with no day centres to go to and be with their friends.
A council which is employing 12 new social workers and someone to oversee them to help sort out the mess which it has incurred at rate payers cost.
Jon Rogers has handed all this mess over to Glenise Morgan who has not the faintest idea what she is talking about as she has come from a different job. Since taking over she has not visited one day centre and those who work in them have no idea who she is.
The council is a shambles full of people who want to be Bristol's Mayor. They are all full of hot air and their own importance and not one capable of doing the job.
Let us all hope and pray someone with some common sense will come forward and save us from disaster.