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 Post subject: New plates in York
PostPosted: Wed Nov 11, 2009 12:17 pm 
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Has anyone heard whether York are putting on the two new plates at the end of the year as part of the two extra plates every six months routine. We oposed the last plates but it still went through. Is YTA opposing this one as well?


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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
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Ears1096 wrote:
Has anyone heard whether York are putting on the two new plates at the end of the year as part of the two extra plates every six months routine. We oposed the last plates but it still went through. Is YTA opposing this one as well?


Do try to keep up, this went before Committee and all the 8 plates will be issued.


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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
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Ears1096 wrote:
Has anyone heard whether York are putting on the two new plates at the end of the year as part of the two extra plates every six months routine. We oposed the last plates but it still went through. Is YTA opposing this one as well?


Oh I forgot to mention YTA only lasted a year with the new regime, who were completely out of their depth and ran for the hills before the first AGM was due,


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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
PostPosted: Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:28 pm 
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Oh I forgot to mention YTA only lasted a year with the new regime, who were completely out of their depth and ran for the hills before the first AGM was due,


That sounds familiar.

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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 11:38 am 
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Ears1096 wrote:
Has anyone heard whether York are putting on the two new plates at the end of the year as part of the two extra plates every six months routine. We oposed the last plates but it still went through. Is YTA opposing this one as well?


Oh I forgot to mention YTA only lasted a year with the new regime, who were completely out of their depth and ran for the hills before the first AGM was due,


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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
PostPosted: Thu Jul 29, 2010 2:35 pm 
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charles007 wrote:
the thinker wrote:
Ears1096 wrote:
Has anyone heard whether York are putting on the two new plates at the end of the year as part of the two extra plates every six months routine. We oposed the last plates but it still went through. Is YTA opposing this one as well?


Oh I forgot to mention YTA only lasted a year with the new regime, who were completely out of their depth and ran for the hills before the first AGM was due,


Oh Dear


Oh dear is right, the treasurer resigned before the agm and has produced no balance sheet or details as to where money collected on the night of his inauguration went to,(its only £105 so no one seems interested) the secretary achieved his aim of getting his free plate then flogged it and went on his way, it seems the only thing they had in mind was to wreck a perfectly good association which is what they did.


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Do try to keep up, this went before Committee and all the 8 plates will be issued.


Thought it was 6 plates to be issued ? 15 initially, then another 6 ! 2 every 6 months !


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onerebeloffour wrote:
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Do try to keep up, this went before Committee and all the 8 plates will be issued.


Thought it was 6 plates to be issued ? 15 initially, then another 6 ! 2 every 6 months !


2 every 6 months for 2 years = 8 Simples


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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
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captain cab wrote:
the thinker wrote:
Oh I forgot to mention YTA only lasted a year with the new regime, who were completely out of their depth and ran for the hills before the first AGM was due,

That sounds familiar.

CC

They must have had lessons from the old BASTA committee.

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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
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Brummie Cabbie wrote:
They must have had lessons from the old BASTA committee.

Have they paid their legal bill yet?

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 Post subject: Re: New plates in York
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Sussex wrote:
Brummie Cabbie wrote:
They must have had lessons from the old BASTA committee.

Have they paid their legal bill yet?

Never did!!

Went bust & still took money out of the pot when they were in liquidation; told the members it was to pay a huge bill approaching £10K to a well known taximeter manufacturer in Cannock & they were not paid either.

The money just disappeared, eventhough the receivers / liquidators had already been appointed.

Allegedly, some of the old committee have become proffessors at universities lecturing in 'The Art of Fraud'!!

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2 plates every six months for 2 years = 10.


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tom2907 wrote:
2 plates every six months for 2 years = 10.


Is that startig with 2 plates and giving out 2 plates at the end of 2 years cos otherwise I can't see how :?

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