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Stamford mayor suggests 'alignment' with Rutland County Council after disappointment of Lincolnshire County Council's handling of roads

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The mayor of Stamford is so disappointed with the way Lincolnshire County Council looks after the town’s roads, he has suggested the town ‘seeks alignment’ with Rutland instead.

David Taylor, an Independent on Stamford Town Council and mayor since April, raised his concerns about the service provided by Lincolnshire highways with Richard Davies (Con), the department’s executive councillor.

But after the meeting, which also involved leader of Lincolnshire County Council Martin Hill (Con), Coun Taylor said the county council is “remote and out of touch, and worse than that it really doesn’t seem to care”.

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