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Flood at Coxbank 22nd February 2012
Tackling the Coxbank flood

Our Bagley Lane correspondent reports: "The water problem at Coxbank now seems to have been resolved. Hooray!

"However, the road surface is still in a very poor condition and is basically not really suitable for normal vehicles as the surface is still quite uneven.

"One would hope that the Cheshire East Council would instigate a suitably satisfactory permanent repair, regardless of budgetary short comings.

"Should the water problem reoccur then, no doubt, Audlem Online and the Parish Council would like to be informed so as to be able to try and resolve any further problems.

"I think thanks to Rachel Bailey, the Local Police, Audlem Online and the Council Gulley Sucker crew for their efforts are in order.

"I should also mention that the canal dredging operation seems now to be complete as the temporary work buildings and equipment are being removed today."

 

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