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Category Archives: Wolds Weighton
The Bolton Lane sign post visibility and the Feoffee Lane sign obstruction have been addressed. Sign prior to maintenance I would like to thank Caroline Lacey, ERYC Chief Executive, for her assistance. I am always happy to help out the Tories in … Continue reading
At the T junction of Eastfield Road, Bolton there is a large over run which is dangerous for motorists turning right. ERYC have confirmed: “With regard to the area of over-run at the junction, this will be checked by our officers. … Continue reading
The 40 mph sign at the T junction of Eastfield Road, Bolton that is in the process of falling over “will be checked and arrangements will be made for straightening as part of our highway maintenance programme of works.” I … Continue reading
I am pleased to see that the Full Sutton 30mph sign is once again visible.
I am pleased to announce that maintenance has been actioned for the Kilnwick Road footpath encroachment in Pocklington Provincial. I am yet to hear regards the Kilnwick Road footpath encroachment in Wolds Weighton. Vote for one Independent get work actioned. Vote … Continue reading
Motorists driving on Worsendale Road, Bishop Wilton will be pleased to see that the grass has finally been cut back. Well done ERYC.
At the Feoffe Lane T Junction the 50 mph sign requires turning in the correct direction. Until this is done the speed limit is unenforceable. In addition the hedge requires maintenance. As Feoffee Lane is in Wolds Weighton I have … Continue reading
It appears that the sign post at Bolton Lane, Bolton has gone walkabout. As Bolton is in Wolds Weighton I have requested Caroline Lacey, ERYC Chief Executive, instigates the locating or replacement of the missing sign post.
At the T junction of Eastfield Road, Bolton there is a large “drop off” which is dangerous for motorists turning right. As Bolton is in Wolds Weighton I have requested Caroline Lacey, ERYC Chief Executive, instigates the maintenance of the … Continue reading
The 40 mph sign at the T junction of Eastfield Road, Bolton is in the process of falling over. As Bolton is in Wolds Weighton I have requested Caroline Lacey, ERYC Chief Executive, instigates the maintenance of the sign.