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31 july 16. WHY RESURFACE WITH GRIT PART OF A ROAD WHICH WAS SOUND WHEN THE REST OF THE ROAD EITHER SIDE IS BROKEN UP SERIOUSLY.

Reported by diana mackarel at 10:02, Mon 1 August 2016

Sent to Torridge District Council 4 minutes later

Why was a small section of the road from philham crossroads into philham resurfaced yesterday ontop of a section of the road which was sound when all other sections of the road are braking up and in serious need of attention.this particular section was resurfaced just two years ago?? your urgent explanation is needed.

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  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:33, Mon 29 August 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 12:21, Mon 26 September 2016

  • No - nor has any explanation been offered. Heavy traffic passes down this road although it is a lane.

    Posted by diana mackarel at 12:21, Mon 26 September 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 09:58, Tue 25 October 2016

  • No not at all - there has been no response at all. The broken road remains as ever.

    Posted by diana mackarel at 09:58, Tue 25 October 2016

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 10:33, Tue 22 November 2016

  • I cannot understand why you ask if this problem has been fixed. Anyone who came out and checked these roads would not ask that question. The situation remains the same and still without any explanation.

    Posted by diana mackarel at 10:33, Tue 22 November 2016

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