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Save the Little Ealing Lane Lollipop Lady
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Put the safety and well being of the children of Little Ealing and Mount Carmel Schools before a negligible cost saving of withdrawing the lollipop lady.
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Thursday, 1 December 2016
Monday, 19 December 2016
Save Little Ealing Lollipop Lady
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This petition has been reviewed and the following response has been offered:
Councillor Bell responded to the petition when it was presented to Council on 20th December 2016 As you may be aware the council is currently facing unprecedented reductions to budget, which will leave us with less than ½ of our budget four years ago. The council are now required to find an additional £96million of savings by 2019. As such we have had to review our provision of School Crossing Patrol sites and have made the difficult decision to propose removing officers from the remaining locations. Three of the four other sites are now being funded directly by the schools themselves. At this location we have invested to ensure that crossing points have been made safer. This particular site has two elevated zebra crossing with flashing lights, ‘Children’ and ‘School’ warning signage, pedestrian guard rails and road narrowing points all designed to slow traffic and increase levels of safety. We are exploring options, where there is support from schools to retain the post, through initiatives including business based sponsorship arrangements and community based volunteering schemes, but regrettably the council can no longer continue to fund the service at the sites identified. The council remains committed to helping schools manage road safety and will continue to provide advice and enforcement of irresponsible parking on zig-zag lines outside schools. The current proposals are anticipated to be implemented in April 2017. We are currently working in Partnership with the affected schools to establish their own crossing arrangements.
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