residents set police's priorities in town
in Burnham-On-Sea have chosen tackling anti-social behaviour,
illegal parking and speeding as the top priorities for police
in the town for the next three months.
of residents attended the latest quarterly
Partners and Communities Together (PACT) meeting, held on
Wednesday evening (July 28th) in the Town Council Chambers,
where they were given a chance to influence what issues are tackled
in the town.
voted on which issues should be tackled as the top priorities
for the coming quarter.
behaviour in the town centre centre and along the seafront at
night. plus illegal town centre parking in the town centre were
chosen as the top two, followed by speeding along Berrow Road
and dog fouling.
issues mentioned were dog fouling, littering, and illegal parking
of commercial vehicles.
Ian Kennett and PCSO Eliot Green also gave updates on the police's
progress in tackling the priorities set at the previous meeting
earlier this year.
Chairman Teresa Regan, her son James and PCSO Eliot Green are
pictured alongside the PACT board listing the priorities chosen