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You gotta love paragraph 40. I have been a few things in my time, but I'm pretty sure I have never been a "council officer".
Nick Hollingshurst has also issued the following press release to BBC 3 Counties Radio: Someone needs to monitor this station for news reports and record them.I am Nick HollinghurstFarlands, Tinkers Lane,Wigginton,Tring HP23 6JB Hertfordshire County Councillor for Tring and the VillagesDacorum Borough Councillor for Tring CentralTring Town Councillor for Dunsley Ward I supported the Bus Lane in principle to remove traffic congestion in Hemel Hempstead so that buses travelling toTring and elsewhere were not delayed and could keep to schedule.I did not support the confusing, poorly designed and badly implemented scheme that produced nearly 35,000 penalties in seven and a half months. This statistic alone demonstrates clearly that the scheme was defective.I have campaigned on behalf of local residents in my county division, across Hertfordshire and elsewhere in the UK who received penalties which they felt had been unfairly issued.This campaign has been joined by motorist organisations such as NoToMob who have provided expert advice and campaigned in parallel for fairness to the motorist. NoToMob continue to be involved and are following up the legal consequences should Herts County Council decide to retain the penalties collected, instead of making full reimbursement. Nick Hollinghurst
So, Richmond = £1.5m, Hemel = £1m, WCC= Their mistakes are adding up nicely, eh?