I thought I would share with you a situation I’m sure many of readers will understand and also be as frustrated with as me.
I live in an area of the borough that on one of its roads, namely Masfield Drive, which I hasten to add is a busy bus route, quite frankly has a road surface that has some of the worst pot holes, dips and general disrepair I have ever witnessed. Quite frankly it reminds me of the dirt tracks I travelled during a working trip to an orphanage in Rwanda.
Yet to my utter disbelief the council has not addressed the badly damaged surface that is causing damage people’s car suspension and running gear, but have paid to have the white lines repainted around the Biddick Hall estate
Now, not only when they come to finally dig up the road damage and repair its surface, the newly painted lines will also have to be removed and then us, the tax payer, will have to pay to do it again.
Please, please, someone needs to stop this complete madness.