By Audlem Webteam - 18th November 2006 9:52am
A local resident draws attention to a comment in the minutes of Audlem Parish Council's November meeting: "Overloading of sewer at The Green: Chairman and Cllr Consterdine reported on discussions with the Environment Officer who inspected the area and confirmed that incidents should be reported promptly, direct to the agencies concerned."
The resident comments "Were any Councillors able to see this as a brush-off?" Given the recent difficulties in Shropshire Street, where neither United Utilities nor the County Council would accept responsibility for almost two months, he may well have a point.
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