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A rear lane in Aberaman North

This is how Labour in Aberaman North is not working for you the residents of Aberaman, the rear lane in the photograph is less than 50 meters from the local Labour councillors house in Gwawr Street Aberaman.

It is little wonder the Labour controlled Rhondda Cynon Taf Council want to stop rear lane collections for wheelie bins especially in Aberaman.

Looking at the photograph it is years of neglect some lanes are tarmac but all rear lanes should be accessible from a health and safety perspective.

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No doubt it's a private unadopted lane then and not council owned

Anyone check before posting??

Aroundtown, the link below another rear lane in Aberaman North overgrown rear of Duffryn and James Street.

http://www.aberdareonline.co.uk/content/rear-lane-duffryn-and-james-stre...

What do you know of this directive from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council about stopping rear lane bin collections and the delay informing the public until after the election, any truth in this information?

You are aware Labour cannot be trusted promised the kids Ponty paddling pool would stay then demolish it.

Rear lanes, Labour controlled RCTC have problems keeping the grass cut on the pavement in Aberaman North link below Pleasant-View-Street

http://www.aberdareonline.co.uk/content/pleasant-view-street-aberaman

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Just a question

If these lanes are not adopted and therefore not council how will voting for change make a blind bit if difference as they aren't council owned.

I think you are intentionally missing the point RCTC have stopped rear lane collections for some residents I am informed the council in the future will not have vehicles that can use some rear lanes because they have or are purchasing larger refuse vehicles as I said is there any truth in this rumour.

As for lanes being adopted did the council cut the grass etc in the past? I know they used to cut grass on private land before house construction in Aberaman North and that land was not adopted.

Aroundtown, I notice you pick out bit to comment on. others have asked you to comment on other issues but you fail to respond.

We need change in Aberaman and Cynon Valley Labour have been in control for over a 100 years as posted on Twitter last week, people are waking up to the fact Labour say one thing at election time and do the opposite when re-elected.

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