Whilst I certainly agree that council tax payers’ money was wasted by the ruling Conservative group at Hertfordshire County Council (HCC) on placing the 12 electronic variable message signs on verges across Stevenage, your report about it (on the front page of the Stevenage Advertiser for 24 April) was inaccurate and poorly . . . → Read More: Robin Parker Letter to Advertiser – Traffic Boards
In your front page article about concerns over school staff changes (Comet, 18 April) it is strange that you should take a comment from the leader of Stevenage Borough Council (SBC) when schools are nothing to do with SBC but are the responsibility of Hertfordshire County Council (HCC). The two schools which . . . → Read More: Robin Parker Letter to Comet – Stevenage School
‘Snoopers’ Charter’ unacceptable and wrong “I am delighted that Nick Clegg has stood up for the British public on this.
“He was right to demand that these proposals be published as a draft, which gave us all a chance to see just how badly thought through the Home Office proposals . . . → Read More: National News for Week Ending April 28, 2013
A recent response received by Chells County Councillor Robin Parker from the Deputy Director of Environment at Hertfordshire County Council, on the issue of petitons received from Stevenage on the County Council’s Part Night Lighting scheme, states that the Council will not be doing anything to review the implementation of this unpopular policy until . . . → Read More: Unsatisfactory Response from County Council on Stevenage Part Night Lighting Petitions
Chells Liberal Democrat county councillor, Robin Parker, who is also a borough councillor, reports that he noticed many street lights out in Stevenage yesterday evening (Sunday 14.4.2013) and that he has since received some reports from residents stating the same observation.
“I have taken the issue up this morning at the . . . → Read More: Stevenage Street Lights Out: Bungle?