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FIRST of all, let us discount Mr Roberts' views on the Ayling Lane issue. We all know that as a cyclist he has anti-motorist leanings.
I WISH to reply to Ray Harrison's letter headed ‘Waste of Time and Money' (News, March 5), concerning a recent Surrey Heath Council meeting he attended. This was the meeting at which the council's tax for 2004/5 was determined.
Having attended the Surrey Heath Conservative Association AGM, contrary to your correspondent’s suggestion that there would be ‘a showdown’, no discussion whatsoever was permitted despite the highest attendance ever. It was clear that the cabal had mustered their support to ensure any dissenters were ‘dealt with’ and seen off.
I am worried that Hart Council’s somewhat vague directives on rubbish disposal may lead us all into a life of crime.
WE at Farnborough College of Technology would like to draw your attention to the leading article on the front page of the Mail of March 2 entitled “Two men face jail for college ‘animal’ attack”.
PENSIONER Power has brought the issue of council tax to the forefront. Even if councils manage to keep increases down this year, the level of council tax if far too high having risen by about 60% since 1997. My pension increased by about 10% in the same period.
I AM trying to get in touch with some of my girlfriends who I went to school with in Aldershot, primarily at West End Girls in Queen's Road. I finished my schooling in Manor Park around 1952-53 so I am a senior lady.
My wife and I took the train from Llandudno in Wales to North Camp on February 26. On the way from Reading my wife left her purse on the seat.
I ATTENDED the Surrey Heath Council meeting on February 18. The primary agenda item was to approve the council tax imposed for 2004-05.