No sympathy for driver
It is about time the Council crackdown on drivers who still persist on driving down a cul-de-sac. I have absolutely no sympathy for the driver that was reported in last weeks Post to be marooned after the council blocked off the entrance to his garden. I
It is about time the Council crackdown on drivers who still persist on driving down a cul-de-sac.
I have absolutely no sympathy for the driver that was reported in last weeks Post to be marooned after the council blocked off the entrance to his garden.
I have two young children who actually enjoy playing on our cul-de-sac, and the only danger that is ever present is from motorists who decide that parking a couple of minutes away is too much to ask.
I am not to sure that reminding the gentleman involved that these cul-de-sacs were built some 70 years ago and not designed to have people drive down them.
Maybe it is also too much to ask that people be aware of other residents who may have young children that this presents a danger to.
May I congratulate the Council's decision, they did warn him repeatedly.
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