@flo are you me? Just thought I'd ask as I know I'm not you.
@TheObserver - what @flo has to do with it is that I got the impression that @flo wanted to know what the current situation is re the building of the playpark. So I suggested to her/him (or anyone else for that matter) how they might find out.
@flo -suggest a dawlish tdc councillor gets contacted for an update on the playpark as the lawn is in the ownership of tdc.
I think the argument to have the playpark in the town centre, on the lawn, was/is driven by the belief that the increase in visitor numbers to the town centre (because of the playpark being sited there) would be beneficial to the town centre shops. Therefore, if that is/was the central and driving argument for 1) Dawlish needing a new playpark and 2) where it should be sited, it follows that ...
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Which begs the question - so who does deal with pavement parking? (assuming of course that someone, somewhere, does). · The Rules For Parking On Pavement - Call Wiser https://callwiser.co.uk/cw/news/pavement-parking 7th December 2015. Parking on the Pavement – What are the Rules? Many people do it, sometimes out of necessity; sometimes out of laziness. But parking on or ... · ...
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Could amending ambiguous wording on Open Daw's website be defined as back pedalling?
Any damage done was caused by the person who put the highly ambiguous information on the Open Daw website. Oh and btw - perhaps you would care to explain just what was scurrilous about my original posting given that Open Daw has now seen fit to amend the wording.
"Open DAW is still in full operation - it was just unfortunate wording on our website." Thank you Angie W for the clarification. @From The Grave /Stark Ross - that was all that was needing to be said. Unfortunately From The Grave didn't say that. So the last thing From the Grave did was to correct the original poster! In other words, it wasn't the original poster that needed ...