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In-Touch Feb 2012

In-Touch Feb 2012

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Published by Andrew Tagg
Feb 2012 In Touch
Feb 2012 In Touch

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Published by: Andrew Tagg on Jan 12, 2012
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Listening to Residents and Fighting Anti-Social Behaviour
While Canvassing Andrew became aware of a problem with the Antisocial use of Motorcyclesriding up the new pathway that replaced the old Donkey Track that runs at the back of theHouses on Heathy Lane, and Round Hill, to gain access to the school base. Andrew broughtthis to the attention of Trinity Academy and then Carillion who have agreed to fit bollards atthe Heathy Lane end in early Spring. Andrew would like to thank both the Academy andCarillion for being so co-operative in resolving this mater.
Why Waste Funds on a Library when there is so muchelse that needs doing.
At times such as these its imperative you re-evaluate all schemes to see what realsocial benefits there are. How can the council justify spending millions on a newlibrary project when there are serious issues the public wishes to be addressedsuch as child protection, road safety, crumbling swimming pools, decaying parksand sport facilities. It seems that senior council officers are solely focused ongrandiose schemes rather than on the more important less prestigious day to dayrunning of council services and cost effectiveness. The days of endless increasingstreams of public money are over, and as such we need to learn to repair andmake do with existing facilities and focus on services that really matter not what isfissionable to the Guardian reading classes.
Saturday Bus Service under Threat
Local residents of Round Hill Holmfield have learned TJWalsh intend stopping the number700 bus on Saturdays for predominantly economic reasons. The bus serves the retired peopleof Mozeley drive, Whitehill Road, & Round Hill area. It is the only link retired people have forvisits to the Doctors, Morrisons, Supermarket and the Town Centre. The nearest bus serviceis halfway on School Lane which requires a walk up a steep hill for the residents. Andrew hasarranged a petition which has been handed into TJWalsh showing large support to retain thisservice. Andrew at Cabinet has asked Cllr Collins to look into the situation. Andrew statedthat this service is crucial for the retired people of the area and as such should be seen as acrucial service and if not viable the Transport Authority should make available.

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