I am a registered Republican voter, and I distressed by the divisive and bitter state of politics today. Like so many of my Republican friends, I unhappy with my party representation in Washington. I cannot stand by while the party in power, taking their lead from the president himself, treats their constituents with malice and contempt..
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LETTER: Curo’s cable car plan threatens our communityRunning a cable car could result in the ‘destruction of the well established, vibrant and reasonably self contained Foxhill community’16:38, 12 MAY 2017Aerial shot of Foxhill MoD site, with the existing Curo estate in the top right corner Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailI strongly suspect that the reason Curo is backing and throwing so much weight behind the construction of a cable car is more to do with the fact that recently the Bath Council Planning Committee put on hold Curo’s application to demolish the greater part of the Foxhill estate.The fact that a “council estate” is openly visible alongside the Eastern boundary of Curo’s Mulberry Park housing development is almost certainly viewed by Curo as a deterrent to prospective purchasers of their new properties.A high temporary wall has been erected along the whole length of the Mulberry Park site on Foxhill, ostensibly to retain building activities but in reality it completely blocks off any possible chance of a prospective client catching a glimpse of the “council” estate.At first sight the cable car project appears to be a worthwhile multi problem solving idea but do I detect a deliberate omission here? One of the “Potential Benefits” in the brochure reads “. Capacity to transport thousands of people each day”. Great! but where are these thousands going to park their vehicles?Well, once the cableway has been approved the existing Foxhill estate will be the ideal site for a massive car park and facilities to service the cableway and at the same time solve Curo’s “council estate” problem.