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http://www.bristol247.com/2010/09/06/bristol-council-overspends-again/

the council’s World Cup fan park at Queen Square ended up costing the council tax payer £270,000 rather than the promised £80,000.

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Bristolian here, i wouldnt worry too much, thats pocket money compared to the £1.8 overspend on the museum of Bristol,

http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/news/New-museum-needs-163-1-8m-city-s-residents/article-1997696-detail/article.html

Or even the not too publicised debacle at Redland Green school, where a brand new school was built and the new flooring was ripped up due to the fact that the floor was the wrong colour for the "special" children.

(and that was AFTER being £8m over budget) :blink:

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Bristol is still a lovely place to live in, despite the council's effort to turn it into some sort of luvvies' dump. Apparently the Stoke's Croft committee (for redevelopment) all live in Clifton. Why can't we just leave the turbo islanders alone?

Actually, I suspect if we managed to actually elect a single party council then things would move forward instead of all the politicking and back stabbing, but that remains a dream I think.

(looks for Link). Hmm perhaps not so hodpodge after all. Cons 14, Lab 17, LD 38, Green 1. Why we require 70-odd councillors, I don't know.

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hehe

Bristolian here, i wouldnt worry too much, thats pocket money compared to the £1.8 overspend on the museum of Bristol,

http://www.thisisbristol.co.uk/news/New-museum-needs-163-1-8m-city-s-residents/article-1997696-detail/article.html

Or even the not too publicised debacle at Redland Green school, where a brand new school was built and the new flooring was ripped up due to the fact that the floor was the wrong colour for the "special" children.

(and that was AFTER being £8m over budget) :blink:

Two words:

Bath Spa

pwned.

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