Caroline Coates

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Brand New Cycle Path Damaged Already

Paul Jeray Views New Cycle Path Damage

Hardy Drive resident Paul Jeray has criticized the bad planning of the work on the cycle path, part of the integrated route alongside the proposed Burns Road underpass. The finished route has been dug up on the corner of Burns Road near Newbolt to lay utilities cables to power the lights. 'This should have been …

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Fish Hill Square Works

Plans have been published about the forthcoming temporary road closures around Fish Hill Square while work is carried out on modernising the square. The roads affected are Fish Hill, Market Hill, and Jepps Lane. The work will take place between 4 July and 18 November 2011. Signs will be put up announcing when sections of …

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Royston High Street Repairs

Royston Lib Dems Focus recently featured the loose cobblestones in the High Street and the danger this posed to pedestrians, as well as making our High Street look neglected.  Cllr Elizabeth Freeman recently chased this up with Herts CC and is pleased to report today that the loose stones in the road outside the Rasa …

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Royston Lib Dem AGM Results 2011

At last month’s Annual General Meeting of Royston Liberal Democrats the following were elected: Chairman – Caroline Coates Vice Chairman – Hazel Lord Secretary – Liz Beardwell Treasurer – Cllr Elizabeth Freeman Committee members – Olwen Peregrine Cllr Rob Inwood Phil Masters Lisa Thompson Paul Jeray Tim Greatrex

Save Our Cheque Update

Thank you to everyone who supported our `Save the Cheque Campaign` (www.davidward.org.uk). There is some good news – The Commons Treasury Select Committee has asked the Payments Council to submit fresh evidence for why cheques should be scrapped in 2018. They were not satisfied with the evidence given at an inquiry last year. This is …

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Snooker Club Planning Application Update

Cllr Rob Inwood has `called in` the planning application for the re-opening of the Snooker Club in Lumen Road. The Town Council had no objection to the application, but when it seemed likely that the officers of North Herts would make the decision themselves, Rob asked for the decision to be made by committee, so …

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