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LETTER: Proposals ‘total waste of money’

I have studied the A27 proposals and find them to be a total waste of money, with little or no resolve in dealing with the issue.

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LETTER: The pavement parking problem

Treating pavements as a car park is a serious problem for pedestrians.

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LETTER: Keep pavements free of cars

I am in an electric wheelchair and spend half my life going into the road because someone has been very inconsiderate and parked on the pavement.

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LETTER: Disappointed by coverage

How did you get it so wrong? What a disappointment that the coverage of the River Fest Dragon Boat race didn’t reflect the fantastic community event that it was.

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LETTER: ‘Diabolical bureaucracy’

I wonder if any of your readers have had an experience like mine?

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LETTER: A27: Making matters worse

How did the New Monks Farm Project get as far as being seriously considered by the Planning Department?

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LETTER: Overpass could be the answer

It has occurred to me that no one has considered an over-pass from the cloverleaf over the Adur to the east going out to the west side of Worthing past the roundabouts and Highdown area etc following the existing A27.

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LETTER: In agreement with letter

I’d like to say how much I liked Susan Delaney’s recent letter to your paper. I endorse all that she said.

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LETTER: We deserve ‘one Arundel’

Imagine a green valley. Cattle grazing in the water meadows. Tranquil woodland on the valley slopes. Then from the north comes a horde of grimy men. With picks and shovels, they carve a scar through the valley.

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LETTER: Mornings only bus service

Our always very informative newsletter from the council is here with details of the latest board game planning the town bus route, with ever more complex routes and coloured maps.

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LETTER: Ten wardens not enough

I wish to reply to the letter regarding policing dog owners printed on August 31.

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LETTER: The pavement parking problem

I’m glad to see that pavement parking is being taken seriously in Littlehampton, but much as people with wheelchairs, baby buggies and mobility scooters can be seriously disadvantaged by it, so can blind and partially sighted people and they never seem to be considered.

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LETTER: Thanks to all supporters

The Littlehampton Shopmobility team raised a best-ever amount of £171.10 at the Town Show and Family Fun Day on Saturday and would like to thank all those who supported our tombola stall and all local traders, customers and friends of the charity who very kindly donated items as prizes.

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LETTER: In desperate need of crossing

Ball Tree Close, Sompting, is in desperate need of a zebra crossing.

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LETTER: Destruction of our countryside

It may be feared that Brexit is in danger from opposing wings.

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LETTER: Has A27 debate run out of steam?

Last week I attended the environmental services select committee at County Hall, Chichester, to hear the debate on the response to Highways England’s consultation on the proposals for A27 at Worthing and Lancing.

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LETTER: Farewell to Steyning...

My wife is aged 79 and has suffered Parkinson’s disease for 15 years, is confined to a wheelchair and lives in a care home due to her disability.

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LETTER: A27 plans need imagination

Calls for a new bypass to tackle A27 congestion lack imagination and foresight.

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LETTER: Carnival was a cheery event

I felt the need to write this and say a big thank you to Ian Hart for his kind words in the Herald regarding the Worthing Rotary Carnival.

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Government is passing the buck

Much space was rightly devoted in last weeks’ Gazette to the significant decision by Arun DC’s development control committee to refuse the proposed 300 new homes on prime agricultural land at Climping.

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