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Letter: Growth of Guildford’s Technology & Professional Services Are Also Important

From Gordon Bridger, Hon Alderman I am glad that the Guildford Dragon NEWS has raised this important issue about economic growth and how to achieve it. I would like to…

Letter: Let’s Abolish Council Tax

From Bernard Parke Honorary Alderman Despite this coalition government’s statement on council tax, our Conservative county councillors have voted to increase this unfair tax again this year by a further…

Letter: There Was No Way For Me To Formally Abstain In Same Sex Marriage Vote

From Anne Milton MP Following the vote on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, I have received a number of letters and emails about voting in the House of Commons…

Letter: Granite Setts Maintenance – Twin Town Freiburg Shows The Way

From Peter Slade Following up on the comments made about the article ‘Poor State of Guildford’s Iconic Granite Setts Makes Aldermen Ashamed’, your readers might like to see some examples…

Letter: Is Your Journey Really Necessary Councillors?

From Bernard Parke Hon Alderman I was intrigued to learn of trips around the world by  Surrey County Councillors. No doubt these were not planned lightly and much was learned,…

Letter: Oh What Larks!

From Bernard Parke Hon Alderman The morning was bright and sunny and most welcomed after the cold north wind of yesterday. It was really  quite pleasant to walk on the…

Allow My Democratic Say on Same Sex Marriage

From Jim Allen Clearly Ms Salter-Murison, in her comment on the article, ‘Guildford MP Angry That Coalition For Marriage Leaflet Bears Her Photo‘, supports what happened in parliament yesterday. I…

Letter: Improvements to Two Road Junctions Are Approved

From Keith Witham County councillor for Jacobs Well My predecessor as county councillor for Jacobs Well, the late Mike Nevins, presented a petition to Surrey County Council signed by 429…

Road Grit Reported Stolen from Stoughton Bins

Three local councillors have written to the The Guildford Dragon NEWS to complain about the apparent theft of grit from a grit bin in Grange Road, Stoughton. Following their letter…

Letter: First Time House Buyers Should Be Given Priority

From Bernard Parke Hon Alderman The family home is the foundation of a successful married life. Without it relationships are put under strain which in turn leads to divorce. Back…