Thursday, 26 July 2018

"They sentenced me to twenty years of boredom, for trying to change the system from within..."

A spokesman for Essex County Council, said: “We would advise strongly against anyone putting up their own road signs.
“They should stick to the proper mechanisms to install legal signs where appropriate.”
Typical Essex, what sort of brain-dead moron would...

County councillor Kerry Smith led the campaign to try and cut down on lorry traffic along Lee Chapel Lane.
Residents claim it has become a nightmare with lorries using the route in Langdon Hills to attempt to drive to a 725 home development.
Mr Smith, councillor for Basildon Westley Heights, said: “I am putting a sign up at the junction of Victoria Avenue and Staneway, to deter HGV lorries from using Lee Chapel Lane to deliver materials to the homes being built in Dry Street.
“There has been a large amount of HGVs using the road for a long time.
“It is causing the residents an absolute nightmare.
“In order to stop it, I went on Amazon and ordered a sign myself because the road is completely unsuitable for these vehicles.”
Well, at least he's doing something. I suppose.

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