Hertfordshire County Council Liberal democrats are staggered at the massive security bills they have uncovered at County Hall.
In the period since 1st April 2010 HCC has run up a staggering £1.5 million bill to secure vacant property sites, including those awaiting demolition and sale. Council Tax payers have footed the . . . → Read More: Herts County Council runs up £1.5 million bill for security
The Liberal Democrats have been very critical for many years about the poor performance of Highways at HCC. We raise it at every full HCC meeting and at other times. Each year, for many years, at the HCC Budget meeting, the Liberal Democrats have attempted to have the Highways budget (especially . . . → Read More: Liberal Democrats force HCC to accept that Highways contract still not working properly
Hertfordshire County Council Liberal Democrat Group have forced a debate on the unacceptable Highways service being delivered by HCC.
At the Full Council meeting to be held on Tuesday 26th November, there will be a discussion of the poor performance of the Highways Contractors, thanks to Liberal Democrats forcing it onto . . . → Read More: Hertfordshire Lib Dems Highlight County’s Unacceptable Highways Service
Readers may like to know that I researched the extended bridge repairs at Six Hills Way some weeks ago, when the delays first became apparent. The highway authority, Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) are resonsible for the work and I obtained the facts from them.
Essentially, the bridge, which was . . . → Read More: Update on Six Hills Way Closure – Cllr Robin Parker writes to Advertiser
Local county and borough councillor, Liberal Democrat Robin Parker, has hit out at the lack of progress on three important highways jobs in his county division of Chells, Stevenage, and queried some of the more general poor performance recently reported on highways issues.
1. New zebra crossing near Nobel School, . . . → Read More: County Councillor Hits out at “Completely Unacceptable Delays” to local Highways Jobs