City of Fremantle’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Sequal

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Once again the COF has printed/posted another lopsided piece of information.

They have posted on the COF Fremantle’s website under the Kings Sq Project Page a Letter they had sent to Mr Lee last year in regards to the questions he had been chasing them for months to answer. Letter response to Martin Lee questions

Well thats it, looks like the COF has done its job and answered Mr Lees questions but yet again there is no balance as we don’t get to see what Mr Lee asked. The city has chosen to post what they want us to see not the whole story. They have responded but not answered the questions, the title of the letter is correct. “Letter response”, it doesn’t mention answers, why is that?

4 pages of stuff, I wonder if any of it answers even one of Mr Lee’s questions or it just more spun rhetoric? If Mr Lee addressed his questions back in Oct 2014, why did it take the COF months to make a response that avoids answering his actual questions and is 4 pages long? That’s a lot of writing not to answer the question!

I wonder how many councils publish answers to people questions on line with no mention of the actual questions they portray to be answering?

It’s starting to sound a little like The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, “The Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything“, calculated by an enormous supercomputer over a period of 7.5 million years. Unfortunately no one knows what the question is. Thus, to calculate the Ultimate Question, a special computer the size of a small planet was built from organic components and named “Earth”. Or maybe it’s Freo?

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  1. The letter was written like a true bureaucrat. All waffle and justification of their position and no real answers other than a ‘suck it up’ and ‘deal with it’, your not getting the answers response.

    Here’s the code, it says we can do this. They have just become defensive now and people are suspicious that it isn’t what it seems to be. The people of Fremantle have a right to know that their $50 million dollars is being spent correctly. Not just because the City of Fremantle undertook a survey and then rubber stamped a development application for its own new offices. Justified with a phoney business plan, which under the act it is required to conduct. Then dodgy up the numbers to make it look good.

    If it was any other development, except a development to improve their own offices, I would probably be a little less concerned, but one has to be a little cynical and skeptical given they have essentially provided a business case to rebuild their offices with $50 million of the ratepayers money, despite having a consultant come in and tell them what they advised them, they wanted.

    Talk about corrupt.

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