Sunday, 16 October 2011

Monday: Council Executive Meeting, Library Fundraiser, and Climate Change Talk

There is an interesting choice for activists tomorrow, Monday October 17th. The first choice is between two sets of comedians...

At 7pm the Council Executive meets. Among the items on the agenda are the petition to reverse street cleaning cuts and the new Green Charter. Despite some revisions after consultation, the latter has been criticised for still having no targets, no extra staff or resources, and no measurable outcomes. Cllr Powney's foreword has been declared insipid. There is also an item on the procurement of a decentralised energy system on the South Kilburn estate. AGENDA

The Executive whizzes through the agenda so there should still be time to go on to:

STAND UP FOR LIBRARIES (Phil Jupitus, Robin Ince,  the legendary Robyn Hitchcock and others) - Queens Park Community School - Doors 6.30pm - show 7.30pm. I understand that Alexi Sayle may also be appearing.

OR...

China Miéville, award-winning fantasy fiction writer and author of the young adults' novel, “Un Lun Dun” will be appearing at the Willesden Green Library Centre on Monday 17th October at 7.30pm to talk about creative fiction writing and the challenge of climate change.

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