Archive for the ‘Local Issues’ Category

Action on Damaged Pavements on Inkerman and De Lacy

by johnpotter on 31 March, 2010

Through going to local community meetings and good old fashioned doorstep politics by your local campaigner John Potter and his team have led to these badly worn and damaged pavements in the area being scheduled to be fixed. Inkerman Street, north of Blackpool Road, has been waiting for its pavement to be slurry sealed again […]

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Lib Dem Plan to Fight Dog Fouling

by johnpotter on 5 February, 2010

The recent Quality of Life Survey for Preston highlighted the removal of dog fouling as the single most unsatisfactory service provided by Preston Council. All round the city, signs on lampposts say offenders will be issued with fixed penalty  notices (FPN). The reality is that there is currently no likelihood whatsoever that a FPN will […]

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Protecting the Most Vulnerable in Society

by johnpotter on 7 December, 2009

Some of you may remember in previous Focus leaflets that John Potter and the Preston Liberal Democrats campaign to help our Pensioners who are paying too much Council Tax. We reported last time about the fantastic success when we saved Mr Greenwood over £4,000. If you know a family member, friend or neighbour who is […]

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