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    O’Conner utilities started my area then moved onto other parts of Wrexham instead of completing it.
    They have then done part of Salop road and Tudor road.
    Why don’t they do one road at a time and connect it all together instead of moving around.
    They also leave barriers on residents gardens and threw there rubbish on gardens. They also make a mess all over the roads and pavements which they don’t clear up.

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    Councillor X
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    O’Conner utilities started my area then moved onto other parts of Wrexham instead of completing it.
    They have then done part of Salop road and Tudor road.
    Why don’t they do one road at a time and connect it all together instead of moving around.
    They also leave barriers on residents gardens and threw there rubbish on gardens. They also make a mess all over the roads and pavements which they don’t clear up.

    As an ex Councillor I pulled a few strings and they are going to come and finish the work just as soon they have finished repairing the traffic lights on Regent Street.

    A hero is someone who understands the responsibility that comes with his freedom.

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