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Who is Paul Bloss?

It would perhaps be useful, before we enumerate East End Homes’ virtues and achievements, for us to know who PAUL BLOSS is. This is the man who is ensconced at the top of the pile. This is the man who is responsible for the decisions that affect our lives. This is the man who gives the lead and sets the tone for our employees – yes, they really are OUR employees, paid to serve us, however much it may be unpalatable as statements go.

I do not know who our glorious leader is. He is a complete mystery to me. To me he may well be a demi-god who from time to time deigns to attend to business brought to his notice. My understanding of the identity and character of Paul Bloss is vague, hazy, unclear, confused and inadequate. To me Paul Bloss is quite a mystery, almost an enigma.

Many seem to sympathise or empathise with my genuine state of ignorance as far as Paul Bloss is concerned. I am sure from my own casual conversations that many intelligent and vital people on the Glamis Estate do not have a clear idea of who Paul Bloss is. The same goes for the others – we must examine them all, one by one, and scrutinise them so we may better appreciate and know their worth – but we should start with Paul Bloss, our own Big Brother.

Please contribute positively and using due self-control as to language. We need to know Paul Bloss in order to understand Paul Bloss and since so very few appear to understand him at all we should pool our knowledge here.

Please wake up and smell the coffee:

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  • I am adding this comment here as not sure where best place would be, but am happy for it to be moved to a new thread as seen fit.

    Having attended the leaseholders’ meeting and read the various comments on this site I would like to make the following suggestions.

    It is clear that there is a concern that EEH does not listen to residents views or consult with the association - suggestion - publish majority views and policies in an area on this site. e.g. I believe that ground floor flats should contribute to the cost of maintenance for lifts in their block.

    Cost of buildings insurance was raised as a concern – the association could push for an increase in the building’s insurance excess, which would then bring down the cost of the insurance.

    Part of the site could be used to develop / publish policies for leaseholders – if in the public domain and logical it becomes difficult for EEH to ignore these.

    On a separate note there have been complaints about lack of minutes being issued by EEH for joint meetings – let the association put their own minutes on this site with the rider “not yet agreed with EEH”. If EEH change what is thought has been agreed it can be added to the minutes as such.

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