Ward: St Peter's
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Since the outbreak of Covid-19 Councillor Moran has been conducting her constituent casework from home.
Ways to get in touch – Councillor Moran welcomes feedback on FaceBook, Twitter and also uses Instant Messaging for more confidential conversations. Her e-mails are monitored daily and a response will be speedy from Lynne.Moran@wolverhampton.gov.uk
Should you prefer to use the telephone, please leave a message on 07469 410596 and Councillor Moran will get back to you by phone. Some issues are quite complicated and, if that is the case, arrangements can be make for a virtual meeting on your electronic device. Send her a message by email if that is what you would prefer. Councillor Moran says “Please remember that as your local Councillor I am there to make sure you are being treated fairly so do not hesitate to get in touch at any time for issues big and small”
For up-to-date information on Coronavirus (COVID-19), please visit the dedicated page on the Council website link to which can be found below in the Additional Information section below.
47 Bickeley Road
Mobile: 07469 410596
FaceBook - Lynne Moran
Twitter - @Roisin7777 (link here)
Councillor Moran is hosting public surgeries via Microsoft Teams fortnightly from 9 October between 4pm and 5pm. As this is a public surgery your log in details (email address and or telephone number) may be visible to other attendees as well as Councillor Moran
“I may record the surgery for my own records and to assist you in any casework that may arise from what we talk about. I will hold the recording only as long as is needed. I will let you know in advance before I begin recording the conversation. The recording will only be held for the purpose of accurately recording the conversation so as to better enable me to assist you if required. If necessary I will share the recording, but only for the express purpose of helping you”.
The Labour Party is the ruling group on the Council (with 44 out of the 60 seats). The main opposition group is the Conservatives (with 10 councillors) and there is one independent councillor. There are currently 5 vacant seats.