Conwy council has done so much damage in Conwy and refuses to listen to it's residents.
1,Llandudno beach, and stones... Did they listen?
2,Colwyn Bay Pier, should be restored yet their Hatred for it, is against the publics wishes, but they continue for demolition!
3,The Skip on the Prom, Porth Whatever, terrible design, lost millions, and now facing millions in repairs!
4,Llandudno bridge, Millions lost.
5,Iwan Davies chief exec, gave away thousands, but kept his job, and money was recouped by us!
6,Colwyn Bay, Rhos on Sea,West Shore, all looked like they have been bombed, planning that has allowed the area's to now look like cheap housing estates.
7,Council tax rises, and for what? What are we getting for it?
8, Ysgol Gogarth, money taken from small schools to fund this school, no public consultation!
9,All of the small schools are closing, regardless of our opinion.
10,Bin collections, we vote for every two weeks and get 3!
11,Eirias Park stadium, or whatever it is, No parking so people just park everywhere causing mayhem to locals, and the noise is terrible, Did the council not consider when they built it, that this place has about 50 car spaces but the arena holds about a thousand!
12, Also Llandudno Theater loses millions every year which we the tax payer have to bail out, yet we get no say in this.
13, And despite all this, the council who are facing removal, are still going to build themselves spanking new multi million pound offices in Colwyn Bay, which they claim will boost the town! Funny all of the hundreds in the current office and other offices didn't do this, but will the council listen? The people of Colwyn Bay want tourism, not council offices.
The list just goes on and on, loss of money,bad planning,wasted money,cut backs in the wrong places, closing schools, please let's get them out.
Voters have four weeks to save their councils from merger, the Welsh Conservatives have said.
Voluntary mergers would be allowed, the Conservatives said, but only if people backed them in a referendum.
Local government spokesperson Janet Finch-Saunders said only the Tories were promising residents the final say.
"Labour are totally committed to forcing through local government reorganisation and, unlike the Welsh Conservatives, they are refusing to give local communities the final say in a referendum," she said.
"That could mean curtains for historic Welsh areas with distinct local identities.
"Whilst we all accept that the cost of politics has to be reduced, Labour's plans identify a genuine problem - but take the views of local communities completely out of the equation.
"Worse still, their plans put the cart before the horse and they have made no effort to consider what services the new council structure would be asked to provide.
"It's a huge missed opportunity, and an abuse of the democratic process."