The York Council is being urged to get on with patching works on roads which are already damaged. Failure to act soon could result in the surfaces breaking up as frost takes its toll.
The Council are making good progress on the large resurfacing job on Gale Lane which should be finished by the end of the week
With winter settling in, and leaves filling gutters and paths, we’ve had a look back at some roads that were subject to complaints about weed growth earlier in the summer.
Sadly in some cases the weeds are still there. The Council will need to use mechanical means to remove the remaining growth.
The weed and grass growth is mainly in drainage gullies but some paths are still obstructed.
Results of a door to door survey in the Hamilton Drive part of Acomb have seen Labour fall to their lowest ever level of support.
Asked which party they would support if there were a Council election tomorrow, only 3% said they would vote Labour.
The Conservatives and UKIP were vying for second place behind the Liberal Democrats who were favored by 40%
The poor Labour showing is put down to problems with the introduction of new waste collection arrangements and threats to reduce the amount of ice clearance undertaken in the neighbourhood.
200 homes in the area were visited by surveyors.