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Post replacement on bridal Path

Reported by Malcolm Goodger at 21:26, Tuesday 9 October 2018

Sent to Chichester District Council and West Sussex County Council 3 minutes later

About a month ago a wooden post that stops vehicles from transiting down a bridal path but allows Horses and Walkers etc to get by was knocked over due to rot at the base. it was removed by the council but never replaced. so now we have a fly tipping opportunity for all so far 90 plus tyres and on another occasion garden green rubbish. So when is the Council going to replace this post?

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  • Cos it wont be fixed it will cost one post 2 x wood rail ten men to dig hole and five man hours.. would take me one post 2 x wood rail and half hour to dig and erect post n rails..

    Posted by Malcolm Goodger at 10:02, Wednesday 7 November 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • Still nothing, I know it isn't a priority like getting a nice new chair for a council office or fixing a flashing lamp in the office and council officers do not go out see the issues or understand them.. but hey ho they are only public servants and do what they think is important.. be nice yeah right truth hurts

    Posted by Malcolm Goodger at 00:15, Sunday 18 November 2018

  • Ha has ha ha ha ha ha ha ha Council doing some thing like erect a broken post and rail to help protect an entrance to a bridal path which would also avert fly tippers reversing into the space and off loading so far approx. 234 tyres and one trailer filled with building material.. give me strength maybe they should come out of their office and have a look at these sites then action it

    Posted by Malcolm Goodger at 09:06, Thursday 6 December 2018
    Still open, via questionnaire

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