Well, perhaps that's what we need. I don't know. The article goes on to name 13 people who either live or work in the city, who will make up this board.
Apparently, the transition board will analyse how the city council implements the result of the referendum and handles all electoral matters. Action plans and quarterly reports will be critiqued and members may make public comments about their findings.
I don't want to put too much of my own thoughts in this blog, just want to leave it open for debate.
What do you think? Is this Transition Board needed to transform politics in the city? How do you think it will work? Will it be a good or bad thing? Is this a case of the Government forcing something else on Stoke on Trent that we might not want or need?
Tell me your thoughts...