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Save our city group & Nick Kavanagh & The Liverpool Echo

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Dear Liverpool City Council,
The Save Our City group Sue O’Hare, Gill Harrison, Anthony McGann and James Sandown.

By Tom Houghton North West Business Editor
9 NOV 2020
Liverpool echo reporter will not or can not explain who “Save Our City “is and did no due dalliance on this group.
1- Will the council please make public any past dealing with Anthony McGann, of “Save Our City” and what dealing he has with the Liverpool council and the Mayor “Joe Anderson” has the Mayor done any dealing with Mr McGann or his business partners along with family members.

2- Has Save Our City and Anthony McGann had in the past known or had dealing with Mr. Nick Kavanagh with regards to Liverpool city council affairs.

3- Why would “Save Our City” be so concerned about trying to get rid of, Tony Reeves, and wanting Nick Kavanagh back in work, and using the Liverpool echo to publish this rubbish, did a member of the council put the Liverpool echo up to this.

Yours faithfully,

Ms. Thomas

Liverpool City Council

 
Dear thomas
 
Please note:

We would at this time advise that Liverpool City Council in common with
other public authorities is presently dealing with, responding to and
affected by the current public health emergency arising from Coronavirus.

When we have sufficient personnel to be able to deal with, and respond to,
your request we will do so in due course.

We thank you for your patience at this time whilst staff are diverted to
maintaining essential services for the residents of Liverpool during this
current public health emergency.

 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
Thank you for your request for information that was received on 29
November 2020 concerning Dear Liverpool City Council,
The Save Our City group Sue O'Hare, Gill Harrison, Anthony McGann and
James Sandown.

By Tom Houghton North West Business Editor
9 NOV 2020
Liverpool echo reporter will not or can not explain who 'Save Our City 'is
and did no due dalliance on this group.
1- Will the council please make public any past dealing with Anthony
McGann, of 'Save Our City' and what dealing he has with the Liverpool
council and the Mayor 'Joe Anderson' has the Mayor done any dealing with
Mr McGann or his business partners along with family members.

2- Has Save Our City and Anthony McGann had in the past known or had
dealing with Mr. Nick Kavanagh with regards to Liverpool city council
affairs.

3- Why would 'Save Our City' be so concerned about trying to get rid of,
Tony Reeves, and wanting Nick Kavanagh back in work, and using the
Liverpool echo to publish this rubbish, did a member of the council put
the Liverpool echo up to this.

Yours faithfully,

Ms. Thomas...
 
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Information Team
Liverpool City Council
 
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Dear Ms Thomas

 

Please see attached a copy of the response in respect of the above
referenced information request.

 

We thank you for your patience and understanding whilst Liverpool City
Council, in common with other public authorities is currently dealing
with, responding to, and affected by the current public health emergency
arising from Coronavirus which, in accordance with emergency legislation,
has meant that our staff are being diverted to maintain essential services
for the residents of Liverpool during this current public health
emergency.

 

Regards

 

Information Team

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