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Several telephone wires in danger of being broken due to excess tree branches.

Reported via desktop in the Trees or Vegetation category anonymously at 15:50, Friday 23 July 2021

Sent to Rutland County Council less than a minute later

This is the third attempt to report the recurring problem and I have not received the courtesy of a telephone call. 01572756457.Whilst I do love trees and the countryside no attempt seems to be made by those responsible to maintain them properly such that they don’t become a nuisance to lines of communication.Although about every fortnight a man plus vehicle and water carrier visit to spend approx 20 mins watering ONE tree that was not needed in the first place.Add on the persons travelling time and how much is this costing the Council Tax payer when money could be better spent on things that are really needed and matter more.Please do me the courtesy of responding to this matter.Thankyou.

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  • Thank you for reporting this issue. This is now being investigated.

    State changed to: Investigating

    Posted by Rutland County Council at 09:55, Tuesday 3 August 2021

  • We are been told as well s the trees being a danger to the telephone wires they could also be the cause of internet problems.In addition to this problem no action seems to have been taken regarding the dangerous potholes in the road on the corner of Oakham road and Church street junction Braunston.Very poor service.

    Posted anonymously at 18:22, Friday 20 August 2021

  • We are been told as well s the trees being a danger to the telephone wires they could also be the cause of internet problems.In addition to this problem no action seems to have been taken regarding the dangerous potholes in the road on the corner of Oakham road and Church street junction Braunston.Very poor service.

    Posted anonymously at 20:48, Friday 20 August 2021
    Still open, via questionnaire

  • State changed to: Closed

    Updated by Rutland County Council at 09:35, Monday 1 November 2021

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