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He said the county council had encouraged members of the Norfolk Waste Partnership to write to Ms Spelman, but said he had not been provided with a template Palladium Boots Pampa Hi Leather Gusset
But Murray Gray, leader of the opposition Liberal Democrat group at South Norfolk Council, has sent his own letter to Ms Spelman, venting his anger at the approach of his leader.
He said: "This was a letter restating our support for the existing policy of working with other councils to address how to deal with half Philipp Plein Boots Price a million of waste a year.
But the letters have sparked anger, with opposition councillors questioning what right leaders have to support the bid without first consulting their own councils.
She told County Hall she wanted to see more evidence of "broad support" for the county's proposed waste strategy, and that has led to the letters from leaders of some of the councils signed up to the Norfolk Waste Partnership. The leaders say they back the Joint Municipal Waste Strategy, which includes the incinerator plan, and call for Ms Spelman to make the PFI credits available.
business case did not stack up and that the scheme was not good value for money. He said: "Ms Spelman was Louis Vuitton Mens Sneakers 2017
Nick Daubney, leader of West Norfolk Council, said he had sent his own letter to Ms Spelman urging her to see through the attempt to prove a consensus.
for the letter.
William Nunn, leader of Breckland Council, has also penned a letter in his capacity as chairman of the Norfolk Waste Partnership, although Norwich City Council leader Brenda Arthur has not sent a letter on behalf of City Hall. It is not clear if Great Yarmouth Borough Council have sent a letter.
The EDP revealed last week how all seven Conservative MPs in the county had signed and sent a formal letter of complaint to County Hall Conservative leader Derrick Murphy, after the council's deputy leader Ian Mackie wrote to them warning Ms Spelman's decision to hold back PFI credits could mean money was not available for projects in their constituencies.
Earlier this month a High Court judge dismissed an attempt by campaigners to get a judicial review into the county council's decision to award a contract for the incinerator to Cory Wheelabrator.
Letters have been sent by John Fuller, leader of South Norfolk Council, Andrew Proctor, leader of Broadland District Council and Helen Eales, leader of North Norfolk District Council.
Cabinet minister Caroline Spelman revealed last month she would be withholding 169m of Private Finance Initiative Norfolk County Council wants to go towards the 500m cost of the incinerator at Saddlebow.
"We understand people have strong feelings about the incinerator issue, but councils have to maximise recycling, while minimising what goes into landfill."
very clear in what evidence she wanted to be provided and I hope she will see through letters from four or five council leaders for what it is."
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