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Sun Jan 12 4:46 am  #31


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Sun Jan 12 12:13 pm  #32


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RogCllr Freer's answer is sowmehat disingenuous. The  new  proposals are clearly an afterthought following the huge public backlash provoked by the initial proposal to slash the warden service.There is nothing wrong with a  floating  service for people who wish to live in their own homes for as long as possible. What is so manifestly unfair and unjust about Barnet's proposal is that it seeks to take away the wardens from people who already have them.I can't say whether this is a breach of contract, but the council has certainly not acted in good faith. Residents have gone into sheltered accommodation in the expectation that a warden service was available. You can't then move the goalposts once they have signed up.It would be a different matter if the council told new applicants for places that there might not be a permanent warden service available in the future. That would allow residents to make an informed decision as to whether to take up a place or not. But you can't offer a warden and then take it away. That is morally wrong.Councillors seem to forget that they will be old one day and they should treat our senior citizens the way they would want to be treated themselves. Yes, it costs a lot of money. But a council that wastes money the way that Barnet does could easily make the efficiency savings needed if only the councillors would get a grip.

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