Help TWBC decide how to spend money in the Rec!

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  1. Dean Kenward says:

    Thanks for letting us know about the meeting. I agree that the company that installed the faulty equipment should replace it. It is not fit for purpose and has not worked from the day it was installed. The money can be better spent elsewhere and not on fixing contractor’s mistakes. As private individuals, we wouldn’t accept this level of shoddy work, why should the council and committee.

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