Health and highways tackled at first ever Hertfordshire town and parish conference

Borehamwood Times: Health and highways tackled at first ever Hertfordshire town and parish conference Health and highways tackled at first ever Hertfordshire town and parish conference

More than a hundred people attended the first Hertfordshire town and parish conference this week.

It was the first of a series of conferences covering different topics - the first focusing on localism, public health and highways.

Councillor Teresa Heritage, cabinet member for public health and localism, outlined Hertfordshire County Council’s key challenges and what the county hoped to achieve through the conferences.

Councillor Heritage said: "We want Hertfordshire to remain a county where people have the opportunity to live healthy, fulfilling lives in thriving, prosperous communities.

"Town and parish councils are at the heart of every community in Hertfordshire and they know their residents’ needs. By working closely together, we can make our vision a reality and this conference is a great way to get everyone around the table addressing key issues."

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7:31pm Mon 14 Apr 14

Stevendavies says...

Its a shame that the Highways Department don't ale things seriously. The Pedestrian crossing in Elstree village has been switched off since the debacle in January with the traffic lights. I saw a near accident this morning between a motor cylyst and a pedestrian on the crossing by the Hill Hose care home.. I have asked Herts cc to switch them back on for over 6 weeks. Still no action
Its a shame that the Highways Department don't ale things seriously. The Pedestrian crossing in Elstree village has been switched off since the debacle in January with the traffic lights. I saw a near accident this morning between a motor cylyst and a pedestrian on the crossing by the Hill Hose care home.. I have asked Herts cc to switch them back on for over 6 weeks. Still no action Stevendavies
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