As readers of this blog will recall, an attempt to get Carmarthenshire County Council to respond to the First Minister's call for views and comment last month was sabotaged by the Labour and Independent groups, who referred the matter back to a cross-party working group which won't report back until after the new TAN has been published.
The amendment which wrecked the only chance the council will have to put its views across was tabled by Callum Higgins (Lab).
Young Callum also criticised Plaid for bringing the matter to the council chamber, as he felt it was something which should have been discussed away from the cameras.
Callum was until very recently one of the very few Labour county councillors to have embraced the social media, and he was active on Twitter. Now it seems that it's not just the cameras he is shy of, as his Twitter account has gone dormant.
The good news is that Callum still has a few followers who are no doubt waiting eagerly for him to come back out of his shell. They are Dai Thomas, the debonair and immensely intelligent husband of Cneifiwr's favourite Council Chair, an Indonesian company with "great products and services", Ms Rebecca Pittillo, a scantily clad blonde who appears to be marketing something, and another nubile young woman calling herself Zenith Aten, who also appears to be in the ...ahem...marketing business.
|A marketing executive