Saturday, 22 January 2011

New Thanet Blog INthanet

Ken Read or “Readit” if you follow the local blog commentators has started a new blog, see


  1. nothing to do with your post, but how can tdc decide to offer an existing officer the post of chief exec without advertising it?

  2. Thanks, I look forward to his posts.

    Michael, any chance of updating the links on your 'Thanet Blogs' site sometime? I must confess that I generally only read the blogs that are on there.

  3. Peter tell me what you think I should add and remove and I will sort it out.

    23.56 word is that she is pretty good at what she does and that we could easily do a lot worse, but I will endeavour to find out more, and no I don’t really know what the rules over this one are.

    I certainly found Richard Samuel to be courteous and usually responsive to questions and I do give these people a fairly hard time, so I think in many ways it is a case of wait and see.

  4. I'll leave that entirely up to you Michael, as lately I haven't really kept up with what local blogs are & aren't regularly updated. Feel free to remove my Naked in Thanet blog though (it's not dead, it's just in hibernation!).

  5. because someone appears to be good at what they do and they have the support of the ruling council does not really seem to be an accountable way of appointing some one to a post paying £120K plus of public money


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