Jeremy Rowe

Cornwall Councillor for the Parishes of Egloshayle, St Breock, St Ervan, St Eval, St Issey, St Mabyn & St Tudy Learn more

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Archive for the ‘Transport’ Category

Cornwall Council’s Highways Winter Service Policy

by Jeremy Rowe on 11 July, 2010

The agenda has been published for this week’s meeting of Cornwall Council’s Cabinet, the ten-member body with most of the decision-making power within the authority. It is a fairly hefty agenda, and we were only able to see some of the reports for consideration (many were marked as ‘To Follow’). One of the items was […]

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One Chance for Change

by Jeremy Rowe on 25 April, 2010

More than any other, this election has been the one in which the candidates have all talked about change. But what are the political parties really offering? Labour have the hardest job trying to sell the idea of ‘change’ to a weary electorate. Gordon Brown looks to have run out of steam, and their position […]

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Education Transport Appeals

by Jeremy Rowe on 1 March, 2010

Today I’ve attended the monthly meeting of the Education Transport Appeals Panel, of which I am Vice Chairman. Whenever I mention this to anyone their eyes glaze over and they immediately assume that it must be the most dreary piece of work a councillor could possibly be involved in. Believe it or not, the reverse […]

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Resurfacing Work Begins on A39

by Jeremy Rowe on 1 March, 2010

It probably hasn’t escaped your notice that the road surface between No Man’s Land and Winnard’s Perch (A39) has left a little bit to be desired over the last year or two. A combination of drainage issues, a generally ageing surface and (let’s be perfectly honest) years of underfunding by successive County Councils have led […]

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