Councillor James Airey has criticised Cumbria County Council’s decision to suspend the Windermere Ferry service for three weeks in March for a refit and inspection just five months after the service was re-started following an engine fire.
A Sedbergh and Kirkby Lonsdale District councillor has seen red over a temporary set of traffic lights at Middleton Hall Bridge which have been in place for three years and cost council taxpayers £71,507.
Commenting on the consultation which has now opened into the proposed relocation of Kendal Post Office, councillor James Airey said: “The proposal to close Kendal Post Office and re-locate it in the town’s WH Smith store has united the community and politicians of all parties in opposition.
Cumbria County Council is being called on to hold a special conference to discuss and agree measures to provide more opportunities for the majority of Cumbrian university graduates who never return to the county after completing their higher education studies.
News that the Conservative Government is introducing a brand-new railcard, which will halve all rail fares for 16 and 17-year-olds in South Lakeland has been welcomed by councillor James Airey, the Conservative group leader on Cumbria County Council
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