Alderman Yasin Torunoglu says he has done the ‘maximum’ to give the Meerhoven district a say in the arrival of the police complex on Sliffertsestraat in Eindhoven. He has also provided all ‘relevant’ information to the sounding board group.
Torunoglu is reacting to the ‘cry for help’ that seven of the nine members of the sounding board group sent to the municipal council. In it they say that their input is not taken seriously, that it does not lead to changes in the plans and that they do not receive all the information. They have therefore suspended their participation in the sounding board group. Councilmember Mary-Ann Schreurs asked questions about the dialogue process.
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