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LETTER: Fast moving and exciting

I was interested to read Vicky Edwards’ article in your paper last November on Kingsley Poole, a young local author who was publishing his first set of novels.

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LETTER: Transport – rise to the challenge

After attending the launch of the SCATE (Sussex Coast Alliance for Transport and the Environment) Report entitled ‘A New Transport Vision for the Sussex Coast’ at the Bassil Shippam Centre, Chichester last Friday 4th May, it was clear to me that we in Chichester now have an opportune moment to initiate a radical reform of our transport infrastructure.

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LETTER: Extra charges from junk mail

Could firms charge customers less if they did not pay the post office money to deliver junk mail, plus the cost of printing it all?

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LETTER: Time for action not just words

In response to the letter John Turbefield wrote regarding my voting decision on the 2nd May, I wanted to ensure that constituents are aware of my absolute commitment to support the Windrush Generation and that the Government is doing everything in its power to give them the help they need to get properly documented.

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LETTER: What must tourists think or traffic?

Just back from a trip to the Isle of Wight from Findon, which on the outward Sunday leg included the now-standard 30-minute wait queuing to get off the A27 and filter around Arundel.

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LETTER: M27 extension is unthinkable

If I lived in north Chichester, I fear I would probably come up with questionable assertions like those in Paula Penfold’s letter to you (10th May). She says Highways England must be crazy to reconsider northern route options.

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LETTER: Root cause of the potholes

I read with interest the article in today’s Midhurst & Petworth Observer – one point that is not covered (and rarely is) is that in many cases the root cause of potholes/road damage is not investigated or actioned by WSCC.

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LETTER: Should stand up for what’s right

I am saddened by the decision (on May 2nd) of Gillian Keegan to vote against the release of documents regarding immigration policy towards Windrush migrants.

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LETTER: Where will the extra traffic go?

Consultations for the improvement to the bypass seem to cause further confusion, it can only be short lived and can’t please everyone. It is surely time for a decision be made for more thought to be given to the future of transport.

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LETTER: Another mess from Highways

Highways England was tasked with exploring the options for an upgrade to the A27 Chichester bypass.

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LETTER: Not much like a democracy

The issue of the future of the Bishop Luffa playing fields appeared again in the story about the Whitehouse Farm development transport arrangements in last week’s paper and online editions of the Observer with the continuing lack of transparency.

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LETTER: Roundabout is overloaded

I think your accounts of the Whitehouse Farm access routes are too sanguine. The northern/eastern access leads directly on to Old Broyle Road.

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LETTER: Homeless hostel not housing

I’m sorry to say this but has someone in the council gone mad.

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LETTER: A northern bypass on the A27 is unthinkable

The A27 northern bypass threat has reared its ugly head once more.

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LETTER: North bypass now essential

There were two things that made me annoyed after reading your paper last week.

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LEETER: Debate on Syria poorly informed

I believe this government is dangerously wrong on a great many things, but I wanted to thank both Gillian Keegan and Nick Herbert for supporting action to try to re-establish a deterrence against the use of chemical weapons in Syria (and by precedent, elsewhere).

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LETTER: Ban cycles every day of the week

After reading the suggestion in the Observer I support a ban on all cycles on ALL days in the city centre.

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LETTER: Make decision based on facts

Anyone unfortunate enough to travel around Chichester recently will have likely witnessed the tailbacks caused by replacing the Stockbridge footbridge.

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LETTER: Just moved and buses stopped

We have recently moved from East Sussex into Westbourne, West Sussex.

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LETTER: We need all A27 information

On 6 March 2016 I was invited alongside other campaign groups by the Chichester Observer to attend a meeting hosted by the Bishop of Chichester, the then MP Tyrie, WSCC and CDC.

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