Earlier this year I got quite a bit of stick from Labour over moss on the pavements around Jersey Close. They seemed to think I was making a legal argument; I wasn’t. It was a moral argument in representation of a resident who slipped on the moss and broke his ankle. More should be done, I argued. Continue reading “A good news update for residents about moss and pavement surface issues in Jersey Close”
Happy New Year! I hope you had a good Christmas break. I know you have been aching to get to 2018 so you can vote in the local elections in May, so I’ll get straight down to business 🙂
Today I did a walkabout through Church Hill to talk to residents, look for problems and generally see what is happening around the local area. I was joined by Juliet Brunner who is a councillor on Redditch Borough Council (she leads the group there too), but also a County Councillor on Worcestershire County Council. A very busy woman! I took the opportunity to ask Juliet about the street lights in the ward that people have been talking to me about.
We also took a look at the tree works going on at the bottom of Donnington Close. I haven’t received any complaints about these works, but if there are any problems residents can contact me via [email protected] and I will look into them.
Finally, we walked through the centre and out up to Jersey Close where residents are concerned about ‘rat running’ through the area.