New Vote Poll on parking in the village centre

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Following the massive Vote Poll on plasic bags — showing a large majority in favour of banning their use — we plan to start a new poll on an issue that might attract an equally large vote.

Given the lively debate on the traffic issues since the new Co-op opened, both on the Audlem Online Forum and at this week's Parish Council meeting, we plan to ask "Do you want to see more double yellow line parking restrictions in Audlem village centre?".

One resident said at the Parish Council meeting he feared that more parking restrictions would destroy the character of Audlem. Others may think it's the only way to avoid the regular traffic jams, particularly when there are deliveries to the Co-op.

Given the complexity of the issue — see the two recent news stories on "Co-op parking — the enforcement issue" — we will also be running a Forum on the subject.



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