By Denis Farmer - 31st May 2019 6:07am
AudlemOnline received this from Janet Farmer on May 25th
Today, I met up with Councillor Rachel Bailey to discuss the problem of parking on the yellow lines near the Co-op at the entrance to Kingbur Place.
I showed her pictures of how a vehicle completely blocks the view as you pull out. She appreciated the problem and promised to consult our local police representative and Cheshire East.
She is as anxious as I am to avoid another accident at the junction.
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