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THREATENED STOPPAGE OF THE…

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THREATENED STOPPAGE OF THE VE- HICULAR TRAFFIC AT GROES BRIDGE. SIR,-A very serious wrong is going to be done to the district and I hope you will raise your voice against it. I refer to the closing for at least nine months, probably twelve months, of the Groes Bridge and the diversion of the traffic up narrow and steep lanes, in some parts positively danger- ous for vehicles and pedestrians. The County CouncillSurveyor appears to have condemned the proposals of our Local Board Surveyor to erect a temporary bridge, and offered an alternative of roadways that no carriage-proprietor or trades- man will venture his horses along. It seems monstrous that a highway should be stopped altogether and I think our County-Alderman and Councillor should enter their protest and protect our interests. It is idle to pretend that either the proposed diversion is our only remedy, or that a temporary bridge could not be made during the making of the new one. If this is a sample of LOCAL Government, it is little improvement on the old-fashioned days. A brief consideration of the peril to which carts and horses will be exposed, and the serious inconvenience to trade that must ensue, should bring forth such an expression of feeling that will lead to a remedy.—Yours faith- fully, W. F. WILLIAMS-REES.

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