August 4, 2011
residents call for police clampdown on speeding
in Burnham-On-Sea have picked speeding and anti-social behaviour
as the top two priorities for police in the town over the next
30 residents attended the latest community police
meeting, held last night (Thursday,
4th) in Burnham Community Centre, where they were given
the chance to influence what issues are tackled in the town.
voted on which issues should be adressed as the top priorities.
These included illegal town centre parking, police inaction, pub
licensing issues, anti-social behaviour in the Rosewood Park area,
illegal cycling on pavements, speeding along Love Lane, Stoddens
Road and The Esplanade, and drug dealing.
vote was taken when anti-social behaviour in the Rosewood Park
area and speeding along Love Lane, Stoddens Road and The Esplanade
were picked as the top two for the coming quarter.
the meeting, which was chaired by Rosewood Action Team Chairman
John Alexander, updates were given on tackling the issues set
at the previous meeting earlier in the year. There was also a
lively discussion about police inaction.
Thursday night's PACT meeting in Burnham's Community Centre