So farewell, then, Steve O’Connell. Here’s what you achieved

Cheerio: Steve O’Connnell

As the curtain falls on the long and very well-paid career in local politics of Steve O’Connell (pictured right),  who is standing down from public office today, Inside Croydon pays tribute to the Conservative councillor for Kenley and the Assembly Member for Croydon and Sutton by giving a brief summary of his many achievements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Errr… That’s it.


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3 Responses to So farewell, then, Steve O’Connell. Here’s what you achieved

  1. Ha ha ha, I expected this! But it’s a little unkind The London Assembly always was a bit of a mystery to me but Cllr O’C has always listened to our Residents Association’s concerns and, I think, represented us fairly.

  2. krautview says:

    i think you are unfair to Mr O’Connell. He achieved at least twice as much as you give him credit for.

  3. Met him a couple of times. He came across as an arrogant, patronising, smug, dim, self-centred, self-serving creep. Apart from that he was a top bloke.

    The best things the money-grabbing bastard did for Croydon was to leave the borough and resign.

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