Council truck's bad parking
I READ with interest the letter from a Kershaw Road resident, concerning the council traffic wardens ticketing vehicles that are parked with 2 wheels on the kerb. It s a pity that the council employees don t get the same treatment as their residents. I sa
I READ with interest the letter from a Kershaw Road resident, concerning the council traffic wardens ticketing vehicles that are parked with 2 wheels on the kerb.
It's a pity that the council employees don't get the same treatment as their residents.
I saw two different council vehicles parked illegally, one, in Halbutt Street near Wood Lane, where all the wheels are parked on the pavement, leaving hardly any room for pedestrians with pushchairs, and another one, in Halbutt Street near the junction of Oxlow Lane.
Bear in mind, both vehicles are NOT small cars, but an eleven ton truck.
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