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Letter: Council - Road has never been part of Stray

In response to your reader’s letter about the exact boundary of the Stray in the basin of Low Harrogate, I refer to an extract from the Duchy of Lancaster’s plan of the Stray made after the passing of the Acts of 1985 and 1986.

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The  Harrrogate  Christmas Lights. (1711162AM26)

Letter: Is it me - or has Christmas come too early?

I believe it was the late Sir Terry Wogan who would often utter “is it me?”

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Letter: Finance - Who agreed cost of council offices?

Letter: Finance - Who agreed cost of council offices?

We see, from the facts presented by Coun Richard Cooper in last week’s Harrogate Advertiser, that the cost of the new council offices is expected to be “substantially better than the agreed budget”.

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Road markings at New Park. (1711075AM1)

Letter: New Park Roundabout - Response to readers’ concerns

I am replying to letters published in these columns recently in which questions were asked about the change in lane markings on the northbound approach to the New Park Roundabout on the A61 Ripon Road.

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Road markings at New Park. (1711075AM3)

Letter: Highways - Motorists are a revenue stream

Following on from the comments by Ian Pickersgill and Andrew Thompson in last week’s Harrogate Advertiser regarding New Park roundabout, I fully concur.

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The entrance to the Hampsthwaite from Birstwith.

Letter: Planning - I am a forward looking resident

Oh dear, an onslaught of anti Stephen Hassell letters in response to his in the Advertiser on October 26. The pitchforks are out again because a resident in his own village has dared to disagree with The Hampsthwaite Action Group and local parish council.

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Letter: Housing - More than 400 objections

Letter: Housing - More than 400 objections

As chairman of the Hampsthwaite Action Group (HAG) I would like to respond to Stephen Hassell’s letter of last week.

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Letter: Housing - Opposition is overwhelming

Letter: Housing - Opposition is overwhelming

I am responding as chairman of Hampsthwaite Parish Council to the letter from Mr Stephen Hassell in the Advertiser of October 26.

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Letter: Transprt - Roads nothing but a nightmare

Letter: Transprt - Roads nothing but a nightmare

North Yorkshire County Council highways department are a complete waste of time.

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Letter: Parking - Why should we park elsewhere?

Letter: Parking - Why should we park elsewhere?

I have to agree with the comments made by K Williams re: Streets can’t cope with football traffic (Letters, September 28).

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Harrogate Town's stadium.   Picture Tony Johnson.

Letter: Football ground - Time is right for club to move

Your correspondent Mr Williams is right (Advertiser September 28) when he states that Harrogate Town football ground is now in the wrong place.

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Knaresborough Rail Station

Letter: Let’s get this public crossing opened

A recent letter mentioned the level crossing at Knaresborough station. Why is this still locked long after works are completed?

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The Stray

Letter: The Stray - Major worries over its future

Your correspondent, Mr Wright, pre-empted my planned letter to you regarding the persistent problems with parking on Stray land.

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Harrogate's CNG stadium.   Picture Tony Johnson.

Letter; Streets can’t cope with football traffic

I read your headline on the back page of last Thursdays Advertiser saying ‘Town is ready for Historic Derby’.

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Letter: Highways - Route will be an M62 relief road

Letter: Highways - Route will be an M62 relief road

Harrogate Relief Road will be the M62 Relief Road. What will prevent the proposed road from becoming a viable, alternative east-west option to the M62, thereby encouraging more traffic onto our local roads?

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Harrogate High School open day.  Andrew Jones MP and The Mayor of Harrogate prepare to cut the ribbon to open the new school are seen here with students, visitors and staff members including Head of academy Anne Francis and Ian Curtis (Chair of Governors)   (1709233AM)

Letter: Education - Congratulations on new building

My husband and I attended Harrogate High School’s Open Day last Saturday and I feel that I must express publicly some of the impressions we gained about the new school building and the pleasure it was to meet some of the students and the staff.

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Letter: Grass cutting - Disgraceful state of footpaths

Letter: Grass cutting - Disgraceful state of footpaths

Perhaps now that the grass cutting season is about to close -is the time right to ask Harrogate Borough Council to remove themselves from the list of companies that are able to provide a good service?.

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Montpellier Hill. (1407151AM2)

Letter: Heritage - Let’s celebrate our uniqueness

Last week we were in the company of some people from Berkshire who had never ventured north to Harrogate before.

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Letter: Housing - A worrying decision

Letter: Housing - A worrying decision

For some while residents in St Thomas’s Way, Green Hammerton have tried to reason with Harrogate BC regarding the access to a new development to the rear of the estate.

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Traffic on Skipton Road, Harrogate.(2312033j)

Letter: Traffic - Reports show severe congestion

North Yorkshire’s Area Committee wants to know if congestion is a problem in Harrogate (Advertiser: Dates revealed for public consultation on relief road).

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