@flo i understand that, yes. but i ask again @Diana Mond said that it;s a private roads, by signs put up by residents, and public are banned for using it, so she/he said sod em, applying sod those who live there? why? why should public need to drive down there and use the road? what benefit is it to them?
I’m sure he won’t mind me posting on here that I’ve received a message from Martin Wrigley saying that he will bring this to the attention of the Council. Fingers crossed that something will come of this so that we can fully commemorate our fallen heroes. Thank you Mr Wrigley.
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It would be maintained by the council if it was public? That would be the benefit surely?
The Lights are old, and tired, the barrier between the road and the train track is also tired and dangerous! Have considerations been taken to perhaps install new, low cost, low level lighting? Have considerations been taken to replace and make repairs to the the dividing fence? @Diana Mond - i would say 70% of the residents within sea lawn and riviera are rental tenants. rental tenants ...
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Not for nearly 10 years now.
Well done to Martin.