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Bear Flat Public Notice Board

Reported in the Flyposting category by christopher Walters at 16:36, Thu 19 April 2012

Sent to Bath and North East Somerset Council 4 minutes later

At considerable expense a New Public Notice Board was purchased and placed at the intersection of Bloomfild Avenue and the Bear Flat. (Outside the Bear Public House) The notice board has now been inplace for 4 years, Unfortunately the notice board has never been used as it was intended, because the Council have lost the key. So for the past 4 years the notice board has remained idle, some advertisers have stuck their adverts on the outside of the board, they appear dogeared and untidy, the service of having a simple public notice board no longer exists, the local councillors have been informed annually for the past 4 years but nothing changes, my question is how many years will it take to make correct use of the small but important facility.

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  • 4 years and 1 week and still no action.

    Posted by christopher Walters at 17:53, Fri 27 April 2012

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 19:41, Tue 22 May 2012

  • Still waiting for a response.

    Posted by christopher Walters at 19:41, Tue 22 May 2012

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 17:50, Fri 22 June 2012

  • The problem remains, nothing has been done, no one appears to accept any responsibility.

    Posted by christopher Walters at 17:50, Fri 22 June 2012

  • State changed to: Closed

    Updated by an administrator at 14:34, Thursday 12 April 2018

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