WREXHAM Council has been accused of keeping bus users in the dark after the latest collapse of a local firm caused chaos for passengers.
The authority has been criticised for reacting slowly to the breakdown of Acrefair-based D Jones & Son, which has affected a raft of routes across the borough. Read more “Ken Skates AM urges Wrexham Council to act fast to resolve bus ‘chaos’”
An Assembly Member has renewed his calls for action to tackle speeding in Ruabon.
Ken Skates and Cllr Dana Davies say residents are continuing to raise concerns about drivers breaking the 30mph limit on the B5605.
The pair secured assurances from North Wales Police in late 2016 that the issue would be looked at, but they say the situation hasn’t changed. Read more “Wrexham Council urged to tackle Ruabon speeding problems”
Campaigners opposing Wrexham Council’s plans to half its number of park rangers are being backed by their Assembly Member and MP.
Ken Skates and Susan Elan Jones have made urgent representations to the under-fire authority after fears were raised about the ‘huge’ detrimental effect further cuts are likely to have at country parks in their constituency.
The council wants to cut the number of rangers it employees from six to three, which has prompted an angry backlash from residents. Read more “Ken Skates AM calls on Wrexham Council to reverse country park cuts”
A thriving construction company has been praised for investing in Wrexham after a visit by local politicians Ken Skates and Ian Lucas.
The Labour Assembly Member and MP visited DMR (North Wales) Ltd in Minera on Friday (October 6) to meet the team and see their local projects first-hand. Read more “Ken Skates and Ian Lucas praise building firm for investing in Wrexham”
Campaigners calling for improved access at Ruabon Station turned out in force ahead of a petition being presented to Parliament.
Clwyd South AM and MP Ken Skates and Susan Elan Jones joined volunteers from the Friends of Ruabon to show their support on Friday (September 29). Read more “Ken Skates AM backs campaigners as Ruabon Station petition goes to Parliament”