Make your voice heard online
Release date: Thursday 16th December 10
Wandsworth people can now have their say by submitting an online petition.
The council has introduced an e-petition function on its website. It means that instead of collecting names on a piece of paper, people can gather signatures online. The petition will be on the council website for an agreed period of up to three months and can then be submitted to councillors for discussion in the normal way.
Anybody who lives, works or studies in the borough can submit an e-petition. You can also submit one if you have a connection with a relevant council service (for example you are related to someone in the care of Wandsworth).
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What are the reasons for needing to be over 18? I'm sure they're justifiable, but don't know what they are.Gail Knight, Battersea
16 December 2010
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