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The last Vote Poll on whether you want the Community Action Meetings to continue in Audlem produced a 90% to 10% vote in favour, although in addition there were a much larger number of 'Unsure' votes than normal. There is a Community Action Meeting at St James' School on Wednesday evening, so this is an excellent opportunity to attend and discuss a wide range of community issues.

The new Vote Poll is also 'police' related asking "Do you agree with the introduction of an alcohol exclusion zone in Audlem?" A new Forum topic on this issue has also started so you can express your views in more detail on this police proposal. There were details on this in the News section yesterday.

Click on either Yes/No or Unsure and the 'Vote Now' to cast your vote or on 'Forum on the top horizontal bar to send in your views or read what others have to say.

 

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