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PostPosted: Tue Feb 09, 2016 22:34 
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Go Safe have decided that my village is now scheduled for persecution.

As with most historical state sponsored acts of oppression many of my neighbours are willing supporters of this, confusing traffic volume with traffic speed. Something must be done, think of the children etc etc.

words fail me.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 10, 2016 16:45 
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Good luck. The latest daft suggestion from these CSW guys to my Parish Council is 20mph limits with traffic lights for the narrow section of the village. Why is this even being thought about? Well people park outside their cottages on one side of the road thus narrowing it significantly.

Malcolm's cost effective solution? A pot of paint and double yellow lines each side. Of course, the residents would not then be able to park outside their houses but, hey, our priority is safety, isn't it. :)

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PostPosted: Tue Feb 16, 2016 20:43 
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it's going to divide the village that's for sure.

At least the Civil Engineer household has a single voice on the matter.

Junior Engineer (8) thinks its wrong that that man sits in his van all day filming families and children as they pass. I found it hard to disagree.


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