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LDP faces challenge

Assembly Member and County Councillor Janet Finch-Saunders was delighted with the outcome of the Special Council meeting held yesterday to discuss and debate the housing projection figures of the Local Development Plan.

Proposed council reforms will “foster unease”

Commenting on the Welsh Government’s proposals for public service reform, Shadow Minister for Local Government, Janet Finch-Saunders AM, said: "These proposals raise concerns over the Minister’s ultimate intentions and will inevitably foster unease in local government."

Wales Online: Elected mayors 'can help avert more riots'

Tory Shadow Assembly Local Government Minister Janet Finch-Saunders supported the call for elected mayors and argued such leaders could transform Welsh cities.Article by David Williamson, Western Mail, Aug 24 2011

Janet backs More Fish petition

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM is encouraging people in Aberconwy to join her in signing an online petition calling for reform of Europe’s fishing policy, under which fishermen are currently throwing dead fish back into the sea.

Party in the Park!

Friends of Queens Park are holding their annual Party in the Park fundraiser this Saturday and it looks set to be bigger and better than last year!

Janet opens new Cartrefi Conwy office

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM, Assembly Member for Aberconwy, officially opened the new Cartrefi Conwy on Madoc Street, Llandudno on Thursday.

CHC closures ‘unacceptable’

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM has called on the Minister for Health and Social Services to explain the actions of the Welsh Government in the sudden closing of the Llandudno Community Health Council (CHC) a few months ago without consultation.

Janet urges further North Wales engagement

Cllr Janet Finch-Saunders AM, Shadow Minister for Local Government today welcomed the holding of Welsh Labour Government’s Cabinet meeting in Llandudno Junction, but warned that they must do more to engage with North Wales.