Local firm, Vote Right Technical Services were awarded the contract by the government last year.
In a surprise landside victory, independent candidate Trevor Conworthy was voted in as the new leader of the Landfill Tawny planning commission. Harry Smith (46) the Labour candidate and manager of Lay-by Second Hand Cars said he believed the election outcome was a little suspicious. Conservative candidate Jonathan Montague-Smyth (51) leader of the local hunt went further in saying “I can’t quite put my finger on it but something is very wrong with this. I will look into this further”
In reply Trevor Conworthy (19), manager of Vote Right Technical Services and director of Build Right Housing (Essex Ltd.), said “This is no more than I expected. It is an outrageous slur on my good character and smacks of sour grapes”. He went on to say, " I personally counted all 3.6 million votes and can confirm that all the voters were residents of Landfill Tawny at the time.”
After months of wrangling, Landfill Tawny finally received their new school bus today. The service that runs between Slurry Bottom and Landfill Tawny was halted last year because of vandalism. It is said that the new bus is almost vandal proof. Unmarried mother of seven, Sharon Anytime (26) said, “It’s a disgrace, the council is treating our kids as yobs.
Traffic chaos ensued today as a fleet of heavy vehicles including bulldozers slowed traffic in and around the usually sleepy