Elections this (nearly) year - time for a new thread?

Discussions about the Parliamentary and local council elections in Hertford
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highwayman
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Elections this (nearly) year - time for a new thread?

Post by highwayman » Fri 30 Dec, 2016 8:45 am

New faces due at County Hall in May 2017

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hertfords ... tion,_2017
jbond
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Re: Elections this (nearly) year - time for a new thread?

Post by jbond » Thu 24 Jan, 2019 8:06 am

Must be nearly time for a new thread for EHDC and Town/CPs. Elections due May 2019.
TcfL
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Re: Elections this (nearly) year - time for a new thread?

Post by TcfL » Thu 24 Jan, 2019 9:42 am

(Tongue in cheek) Although past history shows there is little, but usually no, debate at these events I’m happy to suggest some items for possible discussion:
1. What does HCC propose to do about pollution and congestion on the A414 over the NEXT FIVE YEARS not 2030?
2. Why does HCCs ‘have your say’ budget always tell us how much it wants to spend and how much population growth will cost but omits to tell us its income and how much that population growth will contribute to its coffers.
3. Does HCC have a published 'rat-run' policy which residents' can measure their local issues against?
4. Could EHDC be more proactive in keeping residents informed on such issues as the Maidenhead Street start-stop and other large developments such as Bircherley Green, which seems to be draining the lifeblood out of the town.
5. Why do all Council travel policies seem to be dictated by cyclists and their needs whilst ignoring the pedestrian and their need for space and safety without having to constantly avoid a collision?
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Re: Elections this (nearly) year - time for a new thread?

Post by admin » Thu 24 Jan, 2019 10:09 am

Please start a new thread
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