Has Colyton gone to pot?

PUBLISHED: 14:19 07 May 2009 | UPDATED: 23:29 15 June 2010

COLYTON residents are primarily concerned with pot holes, according to the findings of a Police and Communities Together (PACT) consultation.

COLYTON residents are primarily concerned with pot holes, according to the findings of a Police and Communities Together (PACT) consultation.The state of local roads was of more concern than anti-social behaviour, including vandalism, which has been on the increase in the town.The results were highlighted by PC Steve Speariett during Colyton's annual parish meeting. Concerns expressed at the consultation, held at Colyton Library on April 24, were as follows: pot holes - 25 per cent; parking - 21 per cent; anti-social behaviour - 17 per cent; speeding - 13 per cent; dog mess - eight per cent; litter - eight per cent; and pavements and roads - four per cent each.


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