Is flooding new to this town? And if Terry Lowther falls asleep on the job, doesn't he think himself, it is time to pack it in?
I find some drivers are too impatient. When there is a queue of traffic, drivers tend to get too close to the vehicle in front of them and can only therefore see the rear of the vehicle in front of them. If they were to hang back a little they could observe more of what is going on up ahead. If drivers were to pay attention, they would know that the traffic is slowing down or even stopping. As for ...
Why is it so well known as CRIMEbrook. Well word has it that many of the houses there are bought with funny money and then rented out. I am also told that out of the 1500 houses built there so far, almost 50% are bought with funny money then rented out. If you were a drugs tycon, would you want to live there? - I doubt it. The ill gotten gains will be spent on more luxurious accomodation. Imagime ...
With so much land already given planning permission at Crimebrook, one would think they would have built more hoses on this land. But so far over five years, only 300 houses have been built per annum. What is stopping them building at a faster rate?
And if no one gives the councillors some stick, they will think they have done everything as it should be.
Stupid remarks abound on this site from different people. Some people can only learn the hard way, but that's not my fault. They need a rude awakening. Did Calamari ask himself whether or not polution would occur if the engine was running in a stationary position, whether there was anyone in the car or not. Write 1000 lines, "I must not leave my engine running whilst stationary".
Calamari, What a stupid question. if the engine is running and you are going nowhere, you are creating polutution whether there is anyone in the vehicle or not.
And I wish drivers would switch off their engines whilst stationary, after all, it is an offence to remain stationary with your engine running. £20 fine rising to £40 if not paid within a time frame. Air polution is as big a problem as is plastic waste.
Diana Mond. Answer to 1. = Nothing that I can see. Answer to 2. Not sure, except it was aimed at the Transport department of that council. Word has it, Torbay Borough Council ( A unitary authority) is also in a spot of bother finacialy. They were/are trying to get DCC to take them back. Little chance of that happening as DCC will not take on the debt.
@Diana Mond i am not here to tell you how to do things. it has been on the news several times today. and it would apper that this not so mysterious council were given 10m for health purposes, but decided to use the money for other things. it looks like they will have to return the money which will make that councils financial situation even worse.watch the news! you may learn something.