met with the full Council in Llangefni on Wednesday to lay down the law. Apparently a minority of Councillors are still interfering with Council appointments, showing indiscipline, poor behaviour and refusing to make the changes necessary to turn the Council around.
“Focusing on personal rivalries like this is self indulgent in any circumstances", said Sargeant.
“Doing so despite the numerous and pressing problems that this island faces is even worse. It is a betrayal of Anglesey’s citizens and communities, who deserve action and leadership, not petty bickering.”
He told them anyone obstructing recovery should be dealt with “severely”.
Mr Sargeant added it was time for the majority of good councillors to stand up and isolate bad behaviour and prove they are “worthy” of the trust placed in them by the electorate.
He said: “I know that many of you are committed to putting Anglesey first and you must now stand up to those members who do not share these priorities.”
For the whole horrible story of how Anglesey County Council got itself into this current mess, read here. The Druid is frankly amazed by how many warnings Anglesey's Councillors need - the sooner their numbers are reduced thanks to the Boundaries Commission changes the better.