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Road problems

Get it out of your system. Keep it clean'ish. It can be just about anything that has ragged you up, but please not about the OC. Leave their politics there.
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pollyanna
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Road problems

Postby pollyanna » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:25 am

Our small hamlet has only a short dead end road and has the usual potholes that need filling plus there is a short section of the road that for some reason never got tarmac'd over the years. The council say they have no money to tarmac the road but, they have money
to tarmac, under used, roads that the Tour de France cycle race is going on. We in the village decided that we would have to pay for and DIY it ourselves to get it done but, although the council won't do it they say we can't do it ourselves either. It makes you feel like strangling the lot of them.
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Re: Road problems

Postby DavesBRG5 » Sun Apr 13, 2014 8:48 am

Find an old damaged alloy wheel & put in a claim for damages. They might just sort it out then! :wink:
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Re: Road problems

Postby pollyanna » Sun Apr 13, 2014 9:45 am

DavesBRG5 wrote:Find an old damaged alloy wheel & put in a claim for damages. They might just sort it out then! :wink:



Good thinking.

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