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Green Proposals Would Have Stopped Liverpool Library Closures – A Response to Mayor Joe Anderson 09/08/14

The mayor is angry that the Greens are thinking of better ways to do things for the city and making a point of talking about them in public. We wonder if the mayor has lost his memory before writing this defensive piece regarding his and the Labour group’s decision regarding the Liverpool Library closures, where closing 11 out of […]

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Greens’ Library Petition Reaches 100 Signatures

A petition launched by St Michaels Greens has reached 100 signatures, showing the support of Liverpool Residents’ for local libraries in the city. As discussed in a previous article, we believe that libraries are an important part of our community. The Greens proposed redirecting £1.634m from two separate funds which are used for optional discretionary projects and using […]

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Liverpool Greens Petition Mayor to Save Libraries

St Michaels Greens have launched a petition to save Sefton Park Library, asking Liverpool Mayor Joe Anderson to reconsider the budget alternatives proposed by Liverpool Councillors. As the petition explains, Liverpool Greens believe that libraries are an important part of our community. The Greens proposed redirecting £1.634m from two separate funds which are used for […]

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Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett Gives Her Support To Meadows Campaign

On Tuesday, Green Party Leader Natalie Bennett gave her full support to campaigners who are aiming to save Sefton Park Meadows from being sold for the building of luxury housing. Over 4000 people have already signed a petition to ask the council not to sell the prized piece of greenspace, described by Heritage England as […]

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Green Councillor aims to suspend sell off of Sefton Park Meadows

On Thursday 4th April Green Cllr John Coyne will be putting a motion to the Regeneration Select Committee of Liverpool City Council to ask the Regeneration Cabinet Member Malcolm Kennedy to suspend any action on selling off Sefton Park Meadows. You can email the members of the Regeneration Committee and ask them to vote for […]

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