We know about the £60,000 'bus lane' but what about £600,000 recently found 'left over' by the Council, which communities are now being invited to bid for new projects?
Management time at the Council will be found, in addition, to administer the bidding process for new money.
Lovely to have new money for new projects. But how can the Council explain it in a year in which it intends to dump the libraries on the parish councils, walk away from its leisure centres (apart from Penzance, where it cannot, as it is funded by PFI) and cut to nil its budget for public toilets?
The most annoying aspect is that the applications for money that members were invited to make (by February 2014) for their priorities for highway problems in their divisions have all been rejected.
Is this the Council's version of localism in action; reject what local people want and ask them to bid for money for something completely different?