7 Sep 2009

Activity report for August

My latest newsletter is currently doing the rounds. If you haven’t received a copy yet you can download one here. The newsletter includes a special feature on road safety which crops up time and time again on our residents’ survey. Last month’s call for you to vote in my safer streets poll produced a great response. If you haven’t yet done so please take a minute to add your voice.

Our “Big Green Clean” day is fast approaching. This takes place on Sunday afternoon, September 13th at the following locations:
Mersey Park, (Seymour St. entrance) – 2pm
Fountain St/Whitford Road – 3pm
Quarrybank by the YMCA, Whetstone Lane – 4pm

Full equipment will be provided and there will be stickers and certificates for children. Do join us if you can at any of the locations.

Many thanks to those residents around Milton Road who took part in our residents’ survey this week. I’ll be following up the issues raised over the coming weeks and have already photographed and reported the blocked pavement on Victoria Road.

Other issues that have been successfully dealt with over the past month include:
New street sign for Brunswick Mews (at last!)
Cleared alleyway behind Chesnut Grove and also between Whetstone Lane and Raffles Road
Graffiti on Europa Pools was due to be cleaned by today (Friday)
The Council is at last taking steps to get the overgrown alleyway behind Hinderton Road cleared. More details
here

I am also pressing the Council to replace the road markings on Derby Road as a matter of urgency and have approached Wirral Partnership Homes about the overgrowth affecting Caerwys Grove.

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