The 18/10/2021 – 118 views
By Mathieu Hutin | Editor-in-chief
Fabienne Grebert, regional, community and municipal councilor was “The guest H2O” this Sunday, October 17, 2021. An hour of interview to review the regional elections, the start of this new mandate but also the affairs of the agglomeration of Grand Annecy and those of the city of Annecy.
The beginning of an interview dedicated to the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Fabienne Grebert does not shy away from her pride in leading the leading environmental group from all regions of France. The rally list of environmentalists and the left that she produced is ” the first one Force of opposition to Laurent Wauquier ”. Recalling in passing that his alliance list made the National Gathering retreat and thwarted the Republic on the march, Fabienne Grebert explains “The loss of 240,000 votes by Laurent Wauquier between 2015 and 2021 by his patronage policy”.
The regional councilor attacks the president’s transport policy: “We have not increased the amount of the agreement for daily trains. Men were replaced by surveillance cameras. Laurent Wauquier’s policy is always more concrete, bitumen, less operation. Laurent Wauquier does not want a metropolitan RER in Lyon. “
The elected Haute-Savoie then discussed the mountain plan of the region: “On voted it without the snow cannons. We want to stop investing hundreds of millions of euros in hill reservoirs and snow cannons. It’s not a mountain plan, Laurent Wauquier’s plan, it’s a snow plan. “
We discuss together the decision of the CCSLA (Communauté de Communes des Sources du Lac d’Annecy) not to have recently taken over the competence of transport, and the arguments of Jeannie Tremblay-Guettet. Fabienne Grebert regrets this decision and explains that transport is financed by employers (between 0.9 and 2%), and that in Faverges-Seythenex there is a pool of employment which would have made it possible to do something. Regarding a Grand Annecy-CCSLA collaboration, the elected representative considers that there is an issue to work together but says he understands Jeannie Tremblay-Guettet “On a certain side: The promises only engage those who believe them” tackle the ecologist worries “not to see funding for this jurisdiction in the territories. I see a lot of small blue signs and branded buses. This announcement effect (…) must not mask a policy that does not offer small towns to open up. “ Fabienne Grebert regrets the absence of a high school (general high school Editor’s note) in Faverges-Seythenex: “There is a real need, the traffic jams disappear during the school holidays. “
We then discuss his opposition to Lyon-Turin. Supporting figures, the regional adviser that the existing tunnel can still accommodate many trains, and criticizes a “Major projects policy” and its cost.
Regarding the Greater Annecy agglomeration, Fabienne Grebert returns bluntly on the election of Marc Rollin to the post of vice-president that she was running for: “Of course I was disappointed. It was not my time, I would not have committed to the regional if I had had this mandate. »About Marc Rollin: “He does the job! “ Fabienne Grebert notes ambitious goals at Grand Annecy: “But we forget. “ The community advisor says herself, like the vice-president for air quality, in favor of the ban on open fireplaces in Greater Annecy.
There comes the subject that surely annoys those closest to François Astorg: the choice of public transport on a specific site (TCSP) in the urban area, namely a tram or a high-level service bus (BHNS).
“I am appalled that elected officials are choosing investments of a few hundred million euros so quickly without consulting the population on a living area of 330,000 inhabitants. We need consultation with guarantors such as the public debate commission. (…) We were elected in Annecy on a tramway project. We must make the voice of the city of Annecy, which is the main financier of the agglomeration, heard. (…) Madame Lardet must not forget it! “ The community counselor is worried about a goal of doing as little as possible that might not be the right choice.
If she salutes the summer mobility report of Didier Sarda, Fabienne Grebert welcomes without restraint the cycling policy of the city of Annecy: “It must be said, for a year the city of Annecy has revolutionized the place of cycling in the city. “
We come back to her relationship with Frédérique Lardet who once again tackles her former running mate: “I regret that Frédérique Lardet supported Laurent Wauquier. She had not presented herself like that (at the time of the merger of the lists for the second round of municipal elections). I will fight Frédérique Lardet as long as she supports Laurent Wauquier. Frédérique Lardet derogates from her support for François Astorg, in particular with regard to the tram. It was the project brought together. She did not win in the first round, she must not forget it. “ For Fabienne Grebert, the ideas of Réveillons Annecy prevail over Annecy breathes: “If she doesn’t hear that, she won’t be re-elected. It is betraying the voters’ choice. “ However, the advisor balled the specter of a political crisis on the choice of the TCSP: “We have to make decisions but we have to do it with the 33 other mayors who sit in Grand Annecy. “
When it comes to evoking the place of François Astorg in the local political game, Fabienne Grebert is surely the best possible lawyer for the mayor of Annecy: “The appeal suggests that François Astorg is a provisional mayor. François Astorg was elected, he is here for 6 years, let’s face it. We (the elected opposition NDRL) act as if we were going to come back as before. “ Always so cash, Fabienne Grebert does not hide his fear of seeing Frédérique Lardet go up to a right-wing list.
The elected will end up showing restraint about a possible betrayal of the reunification project by Frédérique Lardet by answering: “Will you give me a joker?” “
The interview will end by discussing the presidential election and the choice of candidate Jadot, President Macron’s desire to build new nuclear reactors in the France 2030 plan and the wolf. We come back together on the recent demonstration of the breeders and Fabienne Grebert is straightforward: “I, and with my political family, defend pastoralism here and everywhere in France. But the wolf should not be the scapegoat for all the problems of pastoralism. We have not tried everything to protect the herds, we need to support the breeders more strongly. “
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