NOTE: This content is old - Published: Friday, Jul 26th, 2013.
Residents Living on Chevrons Road and Allan`s Close Shotton, cant remember the last time the grass behind their houses was cut, the council owned land, which is used for off road parking, backs onto the houses along the two roads, “its has not been cut this year” one resident said, he also reported seeing the area “teaming with vermin” Fly tipping regularly happens on this piece of land, which is littered with broken bottles and glass.
We’ve filed a Fix My Street report, and we will keep you posted on the progress of the grass cutting.
email@example.com : Good Morning, I have passed your enquiry through to the Area Supervisor who will inspect and arrange for the grass to be cut. Job Number 1307 003593. Kind Regards Customer Services
We reported the uncut grass via the Fix My Street website on 26th July, receiving a prompt reply:
“Good Morning, I have passed your enquiry through to the Area Supervisor who will inspect and arrange for the grass to be cut. Job Number 1307 003593. Kind Regards Customer Services”
Nearly two weeks later on 8th August we received another update stating the problem had been “marked as fixed”
We then sent an email to customer services at Flintshire County Council, and received the following reply:
“Thank you for your email which has been received by Customer Services. The job was passed onto the Housing section as the land belongs to them, this was signed off as complete. I have contacted Housing and informed them this grass still remains uncut. I shall be in touch with further information as soon as I hear back”.
We didn’t hear back!