Cones in Cheshire Street

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Saw your article on roads etc in Audlem and it's interesting as someone in Audlem clearly knows how to get things done.

Within days of the last article, the cones and signs went up outside my house on Cheshire Street around the dip in the road.

I was wandering if anyone knew if the council was actually going to investigate and repair this properly and what the time frame might be?

At present, there is no good place for people to cross the road and also traffic is now queueing outside my house, revving engines and honking horns quite a bit.

It's great that progress has been made but we all know what councils can be like with cones and signs!

(Audlem Online says: We are publishing this comment as a News story as Cheshire East, we understand, reads this website and that might help ensure the problem is sorted properly and quickly.) 

 

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