We the undersigned urge Maulden Parish Council, our District Councillor and our County Councillor to support the Mid Beds Grant application and to do everything they can towards road safety in Maulden. Of urgent need is a safe crossing point near to the school, and also one near to the Co-Op village shop. This can be achieved by a pedestrian crossing, road narrowing, pedestrian table or pedestrian refuge. Unless the Parish Council has it\'s own funds to pay for a crossing we need the Mid Beds District Council grant. We urge the Parish Council to make a donation to this appeal. Text below is taken from the Mid Beds District Council Grant Officer\'s submission to the Grants Committee in April 2007. The application was rejected in April, and withdrawn in June 2007 due to lack of financial support from our Parish Council and incorrect information that funds would be tied up for three years as Amey could not do any work before 2010. The next Committee Meeting is in September. Corporate Objective To help create a safer, stronger, healthier and more prosperous community. The rest of the grant application text can be seen here http://members.lycos.co.uk/safermaulden/newpage.html Recommendation: That a grant of
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, United Kingdom7 years ago Name (Only your first name if under 18): Andy Carr
Comments: The speed of vehicles in the village is alarming. Any control measures would be an improvement. I would urge the council to act swiftly before an incident forces them into action.
, United Kingdom7 years ago Name (Only your first name if under 18): Steve Gray
Comments: A crossing in Maulden is essential due to the growing developments in the village. The councils should listen to the residents and invest in a crossing before an accident occurs.
, United Kingdom7 years ago Name (Only your first name if under 18): Russell Hurn
Comments: I am concerned about the lack of emphasis about road safety show by our Parish Counsil and request that the local councillors reevaluate the wishes of their constituants
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