A T a recent Conservatives Abroad meeting', I was chatting to a nice couple. We exchanged names, and made introductions, Oh, the lady said, we know who you are. Quite pleased with myself, thinking my political profile was growing, I smiled. Yes, she said, you're that woman who writes for the Daily Bulletin Move over Jason Moore ! O N Thursday of this week, we had the monthly Pleno, ( Plenary session ), at the Town Hall. Of the many things debated or discussed, one is particularly of interest to Bulletin readers, as it was involving public transport'. You may remember, several weeks ago, I did touch on this subject, as we had a visit from the Minister of the Environment, following the concerns that we had, regarding the amount of complaints we had received, and he came to explain the new plan. Public transport does not come directly under the Town Hall remit, so we need to consult with the Council of Majorca, thus Sr. Company paid us a visit and put our minds at rest, that changes would be made. Subsequently, I started to receive more and more mails, phone calls and comments, from residents, particularly from Son Ferrer and Costa de la Calma, regarding the changes to the bus routes which had inconvenienced many people. In addition, a public survey, carried out in the municipality, showed that many people were extremely satisfied with so many municipal services, but the bus service was sadly lacking. The Daily Bulletin letters to the editor page also had similar comments regarding bus routes. Time to take even more action. Our Mayor said very publicly that improving public transport was a definite priority and we would continue to liaise with the relevant entities in order to achieve this. Imagine our surprise, at the Pleno, when the opposition team decided to propose a motion to go to the Council of Majorca and ask for changes. Of course, we said, in fact, let's do a joint motion and tackle this problem with a united front, it's what the people need right now. Oh no, they weren't having that, no joint motions, it had to be their motion, and we had a choice of raising our hands with them or going against it. Obviously our hands went up, this was no time for paying just lip service to anything, action was needed. And therefore the motion was carried unanimously and we shall approach the Council of Majorca, in Palma, and hope for the change that is much required. In the meantime, thank you for all of the comments and updates. I shall keep you posted.