Posted in Elections on 05/09/2013 10:04 am
Jeffrey Kaufman and Dean Gamble would like to say THANK YOU to everyone who voted in last Thursday’s elections.
The Liberal Democrat candidates topped the poll to HOLD both County Council seats. Labour finished below the Lib Dems, Tories and UKIP.
Jeffrey Kaufman said, “After a break of 28 years, I would like to thank local residents for choosing me to represent Oadby again at County Hall. Dean and I will hold the Conservative-run County Council to account, fighting Tory plans to cut services whilst keeping Council Tax Payers’ money in the bank.”
Dean Gamble added, “I would also like to thank everyone for taking the time to vote by post or on the day. Oadby residents recognise the hard work that the Liberal Democrat team here put in all year round, not just at election time.”
The Oadby full result was:
Dean Gamble 2526
Jeffrey Kaufman 2380
Posted in Refuse & Recycling on 05/06/2013 04:05 pm
If you were due a kerbside glass / cooking oil (green box) collection today (Bank Holiday Monday 6th May) it will be collected tomorrow on Tuesday 7th May.
If you were due a garden waste collection, it will be collected over the next four working days. Please see the Borough Council Site for more information.
Posted in Elections on 05/02/2013 06:00 am
It’s the Lib Dems or Conservatives here. Labour can’t win in Oadby!
3 reasons to back Dean Gamble and Jeffrey Kaufman:
- Dean & Jeffrey live locally and have a record of action. They have supported a freeze in council tax and kept free shoppers’ parking;
- The Conservatives have cut library hours and other County Council services whilst keeping £100 million of our money in the council reserves;
- Labour cannot win here.
Either we will have two Lib Dem Councillors who both live locally and will work all year round or Conservatives who you only see at election time.
Make sure your vote counts today.
Voting is from 7am to 10pm. You do not need your polling card to vote. If you need lift to vote please call 271 0865