police to tackle illegal
town centre parking
in Burnham-On-Sea have this week picked illegal town centre parking
and speeding as the top two priorities for police in the town
over the next three months.
attended the latest community police
meeting, held last night (Thursday,
in the Town Council Chambers, 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 dog fouling, speeding, drug dealing, parking issues,
littering and anti-social behaviour.
vote was taken when speeding along Stoddens Road and The Esplanade
was chosen as the top priority, closely followed by illegal parking
in Burnham town centre.
was noted that a number of parking tickets have been handed out
to illegally parked motorists in recent weeks and that
this would now be stepped up.
the meeting, updates were also given on tackling the issues set
at the previous meeting earlier in the year.
Top, police in Burnham High Street and, above, Thursday night's
PACT meeting in the town council chambers