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T: 023 8086 4500
M: 075 4532 5209
E: dharrison100@aol.com

Councillor Davod Harrison

Totton Popularity Contest

Double yellow lines
Double yellow lines

I spent a bit of my morning with a traffic enforcement officer in Eling today.

I am not sure who would be the most popular if it went to a vote – a politician or a traffic warden?

Whatever, our presence had the desired result. In five minutes, four people had spotted us and moved their cars and vans from being parked on yellow lines at junctions.

In five minutes, four people had spotted us and moved their cars and vans from being parked on yellow lines at junctions.

I would much rather people got the message that parking near junctions with yellow lines is unacceptable than face a parking fine.

It’s good to see some enforcement taking place locally.

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