County Councillor for Melton West
Environment and Transport Overview and Scrutiny Committee (Chairman)
Alan Pearson says
As a County Councillor for Melton South over the past four years I have been actively involved as Chairman of the Melton Highways Forum in securing the £2.8 million of investment to establish a robust business plan for a relief road around Melton Mowbray.
Also I have over the last four years been campaigning for additional funding for adult social care in order that our older residents get the care that they need and deserve. The recent announcement of funding from the Government
Working hard in Melton West for social care will mean Leicestershire County Council will receive £19.7 million. I will be ensuring that Melton gets its fair allocation for our older people and will continue to ensure services improve.
Melton residents have recently been concerned about environmental issues and working alongside a group of people who had concerns, I have been successful in gaining Melton Borough Council’s support to clean up dog fouling and litter with an initial investment of £7000 for Melton Mowbray.
Health is an important subject for all the residents of Melton Mowbray. I believe strongly that Melton should not only retain local medical services but increase them.
I am fully aware that we still face economic challenges in Melton Mowbray and working together with agencies and businesses, I will be striving to create more local jobs, support wage growth and bring more hi-tech jobs to the Melton area. It is only with a strong economic plan and focus on business support that this can be achieved. By voting for myself who has a strong business background you can be assured I will fight for more jobs and higher wages for all residents living in Melton Mowbray.
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Alan Pearson – ‘A Person of Action not just Words’
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