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Peter T
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Once again, this is going to cause traffic problems when they close/part close it for painting.

 

To me, this is a no-brainer for a couple of reasons:

 

1. It will happen over the run-up to xmas when the roads are chaotic.

2. The Bank Quay lights are being replaced at the same time causing MORE chaos.

3. Should the painting be done at this time of year when the metal will no doubt be covered in moisture?

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Once again, this is going to cause traffic problems when they close/part close it for painting.

 

To me, this is a no-brainer for a couple of reasons:

 

1. It will happen over the run-up to xmas when the roads are chaotic.

2. The Bank Quay lights are being replaced at the same time causing MORE chaos.

3. Should the painting be done at this time of year when the metal will no doubt be covered in moisture?

 

1. The roads in Warrington are often chaotic!

2. There is always chaos somewhere

3. There is moisture in the year all year round!

:lol:

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I expect that he will think differently when he is queueing to get home. :roll:

 

Obviously isn't a painter, as there are varying degrees of "wet" and the winter temperature guarantees that it won't dry out.

Oh for the joy and bliss of a media mogul.

I go over the bridge at least twice a day and the times I use it I don't have a problem! :wink:

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