BIT organisation Junior Partner steps down from BIT organisation – Stress is a killer and so is money, as we uncover the fallen in today taxi news about people in Bridgend, in South Wales
TAXI WATCH DOG TEAM loses their junior Partner, and so he leaves the duties assigned to him, after admitting he had issues with this council going back many years, that leaves him unable to carry on assisting the Senior Partner of the BIT organisation, as the case has become too stressful, and elongated, with the same old same old from Bridgend council, that he finds too costly and upsetting in many ways. One of the reasons he contacted Councillor Peter Foley, now 2 years ago, as he felt elected Cllr Foley at the time, could solve the problems for the taxi trade
As we know the Councillor was blocked by operations and later was not reelected, leaving BIT to search for order, or a way forward
Taxi Watch Dog Senior Partner stated – We will continue to press for change regardless how tough the process maybe, and thanked the junior Partner for his efforts todate.
The job is not finished and I will see it through regardless of the time, and cost to get there, said Mr Nelson pushing forward for the Bridgend Taxi Trade
With much progress under the BIT organisations belt, after getting to grips with how things go down under a Labour lead council and Bridgend county borough council, Mr Nelson stated the taxi show most certainly is still on track and will go on