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Press Release - 06 September 2006

Michael Borrill writes again to Cllr Mary Wright, Leader Boston Borough Council

06 September 2006

Your ref: MW/mc/Member Support

Councillor Mary Wright
Leader of the Council
Member Support Office
Municipal Buildings
West Street
PE21 8QR

Dear Cllr Wright


Further to your letter of the 7th August you advised me that you would talk to Mr. Gallagher on his return from leave. I realize, of course, that you would have had plenty to discuss on his return, but ask if you have mentioned the possibility of a JAC for Boston to help to push forward the aims of our town?

As you are aware, Lincoln has a JAC, chaired by Cllr William Webb, and it does appear that Boston will be losing out on available resources unless our case is put more resolutely. As we know, Cllr Webb is Portfolio holder for Highways and high on the Agenda for the JAC for Lincoln are the two bypasses (LEB) and (LSB).

I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely

Michael Borrill
Boston Bypass & Economic Growth Pressure Group (BBEG)
06 September 2006


In The News
In the most dramatic bid so far for a bypass breakthrough, everyone in Boston is being asked by Cllr Richard Austin to vote for a road campaign victory. If voters put their crosses in the right boxes in next May's borough elections, they will elect a majority of councillors whose number one pledge is to get a new traffic scheme for the town.
Boston Standard 06 Sept 2006
The BBEG would encourage anyone who feels passionately that something must be done for Boston and would like to become a candidate to contact Richard on 01205 368351. The BBEG will continue to challenge Martin Hill's Exec Group at LCC who are the ones who make the decisions about Lincolnshire's road priorities.
06 September 2006
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